MIAMI Burger King Holdings Inc. said Wednesday that traffic in foreign markets dipped sharply in March, impacting its third-quarter sales. The nation's No. 2 burger chain said it expects revenue in the March 31-ended to be $600 million, up about 1 percent from $594 million in the same period last year. However, it falls short of the $625 million in revenue that analysts on average had expected, according to Thomson Financial. The company said it expected third-quarter earnings to be ...
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