Same-store sales at Burger King Worldwide Inc. declined during the majority of the first quarter, but a recalibrated marketing program with new “balanced” menu offerings helped sales accelerate in March, executives said during an earnings call Friday with analysts. Miami-based Burger King said same-store sales declined 1.4 percent systemwide in the first quarter, with a 3-percent slide in the United States and Canada. However, profit in the quarter ended March 31 more than ...

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