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With respect to zany marketing, Burger King does it again.
Everyone has experienced that moment during the holidays when opening a gift, only to quickly wish it was something else entirely.
In trading on Wednesday, shares of Restaurant Brands International Inc touched a new 52-week high of $49.33/share. That's a 68.48% rise, or $20.05 per share from the 52-week low of $29.28 set back on 02/11/2016.
Burger King is looking to an old friend to jump-start sales headed into 2017.
It's going to be an easy, cheesy holiday season for fans of CHEESY TOTS™ Potatoes as BURGER KING® restaurants bring back the fan-favorite snack to participating restaurants for a limited time only.
Burger King's attempt at being a boozy bar is rather pathetic. Hopefully, McDonald's will do better.
An activist investor could pressure any of these struggling restaurant chains into the hands of Yum! Brands.
Eaters can't get enough of new premium-priced fast food at many joints.
Signs are pointing to a big industry slowdown, and the competition between these fast-food behemoths is fierce. But are their stocks built to last?
Restaurant Brands International, parent of the fast-food chain, announced third-quarter earnings Monday that beat analyst expectations but point to industry malaise.
Restaurant Brands (QSR) posted better-than-expected 2016 third-quarter results before today's market open, but said comparable-store sales declined year-over-year during the period.
Shaquille O'Neal is the latest in a recent string of athletes endorsing fast food brands.
BURGER KING® restaurants are introducing the BACON KING™ sandwich, a big, hearty, bacon-rich burger that will never apologize.
A spokesman for the candy giants says the accelerated buyout of Berkshire's 19.3% stake, for which the company paid $2.1 billion in 2008, has been in the works for months.
Higher minimum wages under a Hillary Clinton administration could crush the fast-food space.
September is World Literacy Month. According to the World Literacy Foundation, one out of five people in the world can't read or write - 20% of the population globally 1.
A handful of financial firms are establishing their roots in the Midwest, but that doesn't mean the boys in the Big Apple don't use the resources coming from Cleveland.
Panera Bread puts the sizzle back in bacon with new "clean" bacon debut.
BURGER KING® restaurants and the CHEETOS® brand have teamed up to create CHEETOS® Chicken Fries, arriving in participating restaurants September 14, 2016 for a limited time only.
The hedge fund king has an appetite for transformation and Chipotle is on his menu.
Rebranding and reselling a transformed version of the Mexican food chain could be on the menu for the activist investor.
Burger King just tossed Doritos on a new burger in Spain.
The newest strange Burger King creation is getting panned and that could give investors indigestion.
TheStreet had mixed emotions when it came to Burger King's latest creation: the Whopperito
This stock is on its way up, with a longer-term price projection of $69.
BURGER KING® restaurants are introducing a Tex-Mex twist on its famous WHOPPER® sandwich nationwide with its new WHOPPERRITO™ burger-burrito mashup.
We went to rural Maine and learned how to make cowboy coffee using egg shells and ground coffee. It was yummy.
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