Tim Hortons’ new phase of U.S. growth is beginning in Ohio. The quick-service chain’s parent company, Restaurant Brands International Inc., has reached a deal with Ampex Brands to develop Tim Hortons units in Central Ohio over the next six years, the company said Thursday. The development agreement is the second Tim Hortons has signed with franchisees in the U.S. in recent months. The previous agreement, signed in October with Seven Invest, was also in Ohio, in ...

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