MIAMI Burger King Holdings Inc. blamed a stronger U.S. dollar, which led to unfavorable currency exchange rates, for much of its 10-percent drop in profit during its second quarter. The company also lowered its earnings forecast for the rest of its June-ending fiscal year. The No. 2 burger brand’s top line remained strong, with new store openings and positive same-store sales driving a 3-percent revenue gain to $634 million. Corporate restaurant sales increased 6 percent to $473 ...
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