This past winter was one of relative contentment for Burger King, at least compared with some of its largest quick-service peers, as its domestic same-store sales rose slightly during the first quarter and franchisee profitability increased “significantly,” officials said. Rising 0.1 percent in the first quarter, Burger King’s same-store sales at its more than 7,400 North American locations outperformed the 1.7-percent same-store sales decrease at McDonald’s and ...

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