Cambridge Franchise Holdings has further established itself as a major Burger King franchisee with the purchase of 42 southern locations of the quick-service burger chain, the company said Monday, bringing its total to 85 restaurants. The Memphis, Tenn.-based company, founded in 2014, bought the restaurants, as well as five All-in-One convenience stores, from Mirabile Investment Corporation. Mirabile is owned by real estate developer and restaurateur Joseph Mirabile. The acquired properties ...

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