Burger King and the U.S. Postal Service said Wednesday they have settled a dispute about the chain’s portrayal of mailmen in a commercial that aired last year. The commercial, which promoted Burger King’s new breakfast menu, showed a character dressed like a letter carrier singing, “With pancakes and eggs on my plate, the mail has to wait.” The ad prompted the USPS and its attorneys to send a letter to Burger King, arguing that the commercial portrayed letter carriers ...

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