MIAMI Burger King Corp. said today said it has fired two employees less than a week after it vowed it would take “appropriate disciplinary action” following the investigation of an executive's unauthorized online comments that bashed a farm workers' advocacy group. While Burger King officials did not disclose who was fired, the company last week confirmed that comments posted on various public websites were traced to Steve Grover, the chain's vice president of food safety, quality ...
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