MIAMI Burger King is kicking off what some observers term its post-turnaround era after recently unveiling growth strategies and new products aimed at maintaining the 11,395-unit chain’s current positive momentum. —During a daylong analyst meeting in late February, officials of the Miami-based company said they had more than 50 new products in the pipeline, including two variations on the Whopper, a line of smoothies, drinks that combine ...

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