KENNESAW Ga. Burger King’s National Franchisee Association said Tuesday that it “unequivocally supports” the three franchisees who are suing franchisor Burger King Corp. over the chain’s mandate that all U.S. units extend their operating hours. The plaintiffs assert that keeping restaurants open until 2 a.m. Thursday through Saturday nights and starting breakfast service at 6 a.m. Monday through Saturday are exposing the operators to economic hardship. The suit also alleges that the ...

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