SYRACUSE N.Y. Carrols Restaurant Group Inc., the largest Burger King franchisee, raised its 2008 profit guidance mainly because of easing commodity and utility costs, expense control and lower interest rates, the company said Monday. It also said fourth-quarter results would beat Wall Street estimates. Carrols, which in addition to its 315 Burger King units also operates or franchises two Mexican concepts, Taco Cabana and Pollo Tropical, said it expected fourth-quarter earnings to ...
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