Burger King expects North American same-store sales to turn positive in the first quarter of 2012, as it gains momentum after “a year marked by change and meaningful improvements,” company officials said Thursday. The parent to the Miami-based quick-service chain reported Wednesday a return to profit in the fourth quarter, as transaction costs eased after completing one year under new owner 3G Capital Management, which took Burger King private in October 2010. However, North ...

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