MIAMI Burger King Holdings Inc., parent company to the No.2 burger chain, posted a 41-percent surge in its fiscal 2007 second-quarter profit, versus a year earlier, as corporate revenues rose 9 percent to a record $559 million. Revenues were driven by positive same-stores sales worldwide, up 3.7 percent from a year ago, and new restaurant openings especially in international markets, the company said. In the United States and Canada, Burger King said same-store sales rose 4.4 ...
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