The biopic will be centered on the snack’s inventor and former Frito-Lay janitor Richard Montanez Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, the fiery-red stoner snack that’s since inexplicably found its way into Burger King side dishes and Thanksgiving turkey recipes, is now getting its own feature film. Show More Summary
Cruising to the weekend.
Taco Bell eclipsed Burger King in U.S. sales last year to become the fourth-largest domestic restaurant brand, Bloomberg reports, citing a preliminary report by research firm Technomic. The top three remained unchanged. McDonald’s Corp. holds down the No. 1 spot...
Burgerim plans to expand to the Biggest Little City in the World Eater Vegas now has Reno coverage in its repertoire. See something happening in Reno, Sparks, or Tahoe? Hit up the tipline.. Mini 2.8-ounce burgers that diners can customize make their way to Reno soon. Show More Summary
The chain has purchased an old Burger King in Montrose In the coming months, Montrose will become home to Shake Shack’s third Houston outpost. The New York City-based burger chain has signed 15-year lease on a shuttered Burger King at 1002 Westheimer Road, according to Swamplot. Show More Summary
Burger King is selling customers a whopper of a lie by attempting — and failing — to explain a complex issue by dumbing down the debate using hamburgers. On Jan. 25, the Home of the Whopper lived up to its name with a commercial that seemed to call for going back to the net neutrality […]
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Same-store sales at its burger restaurants jumped 4.6% in the quarter, nearly double the 2.5% that analysts had predicted.
If you are still having trouble understanding why Net Neutrality is important, Burger King has made an awesomely funny – and extremely informative – video using the Whopper as an example. It’s just brilliant. In more serious news, the New York governor signs executive order to keep net neutrality rules after the FCC’s repeal. Show More Summary
If you've tried explaining net neutrality to your friends only to find their eyes glazing over, appeal to their stomachs instead. Per CNNMoney, Burger King's new "Whopper Neutrality" ad, which debuted Wednesday, illustrates the concept through the lens of Whoppers and wait times. In BK's "social experiment," customers who pay...
Burger King’s new ad for the Whopper, which doubles as an explainer on net neutrality, is going viral. Released on Wednesday, the “Whopper Neutrality” commercial has already amassed more than 1.5 million views on YouTube and is second...Show More Summary
The Israeli burgers debuted in the southeast last year Tel-Aviv-born and now a rapidly expanding franchise Burgerim will be be operating three local destinations for its “gourmet food fast” later this year. Specializing in mini, 2.8-ounce...Show More Summary
The fast food chain decided to get political with its latest advert.
Summary: A new Burger King ad is trying to teach customers about net neutrality, using Whoppers to criticize the recent repeal of regulations that proponents said ensured equal access to the Internet.
. As with their thoughtful social experiment on bullying, an apparently woke Burger King brand addressed the confusing issue of Net Neutrality with Whoppers. In a frustrating but useful experiment, (actors posing as) employees served orders to (real) customers on a priority basis depending on how much the customer paid for the burger. If the...
The fast-food giant is calling it "Whopper neutrality"
Burger King "employees" change the prices on their "actual guests," forcing them to wait exceptionally long times for their Whoppers unless they order the faster, more expensive Whopper plan. Or they always have the option to order chicken.
Burger King released a pseudo-educational prank video that shows what would happen if the company repealed "Whopper neutrality," the Burger King equivalent of net neutrality. In the prank, the company adopted tactics that consumers fear...Show More Summary
Net neutrality is not a simple topic to understand. Although the underlying principle -- all internet traffic should be treated equally -- is short and sweet, how that principle is applied, and why net neutrality is important, is something...Show More Summary