Remember that guy who bought out all of Burger King's apple pies just to spite a small child? It's been another year for the chains, celebrity chefs, supposed scams, and restaurant clichés. Here's a look back at Eater's top posts of 2014: 10. Show More Summary
Originally published: August 6, 2014 This is what happens if you don't shut your pie hole. (Via Getty Images) A couple days ago redditor thr111 needed to get something off his chest, so he took to the "offmychest" section of reddit and...Show More Summary
Hey, great news: Maybe we're not all going to die young from discount-beef-induced cardiac arrest, after all! Traditional fast-food sales are in decline, and the (admittedly gigantic) remaining customer base is starting to gravitate ever so slightly toward the less-bad-for-you options. Read more...
Summary: Some of us want to keep the '70s and '80s in our past; others want to bring portions of them into the current day. Burger King is bringing back the Yumbo, complete with a throwback commercial. Burger King has some great costume designers and prop people in their latest TV spot advertising the Yumbo ham and cheese...
Is Burger King taking Timbits off of the Tim Hortons menu?
The middle section of society is the primary target for Burger King. With its brand appeal, and innovative and tempting value meals, the company will find it comparatively easy to penetrate the market and might attract customers in huge numbers. Show More Summary
The finagling and positioning are done now. Burger King has completed its merger. Zacks.com reported today that the Burger King Worldwide, Inc. and Tim Hortons, Inc. are now officially subsidiaries of the newly created Restaurant Brands International (NYSE and TSE: QSR-WI) starting on December 15, with headquarters located in Oakville, Ontario. Show More Summary
Burger King completed its merger with Tim Horton's on Friday, giving up its U.S. citizenship and becoming a Canadian company. The transaction could save Burger King anywhere from $10 million to over $1 billion, depending on how you count. Show More Summary
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German Burger King restaurants that were shut down last month in a row between their operator and the U.S. fast food company will re-open this week, Burger King Germany said on Monday. Twenty-six of the 89 outlets will open their doors again on Monday and the rest by Wednesday, it said in a statement. Show More Summary
There are some groups that don’t want Burger King to have it their way. International Business Times is reporting that a group called the Americans for Tax Fairness (ATF) has created a report that Burger King will save great amounts of money in taxes by utilizing tax inversion. Show More Summary
In just 5 years, Burger King is almost unrecognizable as a company. The company is posting impressive sales during an industry-wide slowdown. Burger King's young management team, led by 33-year-old Daniel Schwartz, is impressing analysts...Show More Summary
We all know what a cheeseburger is; it’s a hamburger with cheese on the INSIDE. Burger King Japan is rolling to a couple new sandwiches, one a normal burger and the other with chicken inside that…
A version of this piece first appeared at digby's Hullabaloo. GP article archive here. One of the reasons Elizabeth Warren and others oppose Wall Street millionaire Antonio Weiss, Obama's nominee for under-secretary of the Treasury,Show More Summary
Propted by a security gurad who told a gay couple to leave a Burger King in Madrid last month after the guard noticed the couple kissing, some 100 LGBT protestors and allies staged a kiss-in the restaurant over the weekend....
“One of the biggest and most public corporate inversions last summer was the deal cut by Burger King to slash its tax bill by purchasing the Canadian company Tim Hortons and then ‘inverting’ the American company to Canadian ownership. And Weiss was right there, working on Burger King’s tax deal. Weiss’ work wasn’t unusual for […]
Blog of the Legal Times, Tax Group Calls Burger King Merger 'Whopper of a Tax Dodge': Burger King Worldwide Inc. will save hundreds of millions of dollars in U.S. taxes by merging with a Canadian coffee and doughnut chain, according to a new report from a tax advocacy group that...
Well, this is weird. For a limited time only in Japan a couple of burgers with strange ingredients will be introduced at Burger King restaurants. And we're kind of glad they're not bringing this to the United States! The two sandwiches will be the Chicken Fondue and Beef Fondue. The deal is that the customer will be served [...]
Whoppers indeed. The titanic Burger King and Tim Horton's, which becomes official tomorrow, may have vowed to keep their doughnuts and burgers separate, but plenty of people are still concerned that things will shift to the Canadian side, tax-wise. Show More Summary
"Hello, this is not actually Burger King." What would you do if you found out that a major fast food restaurant chain like Burger King accidentally listed your work number on their company website, resulting in a steady stream of calls...Show More Summary