Burger King swung to a profit in the fourth quarter with same-store sales improvements driven by strong international results, the company said Wednesday. Daniel Schwartz, Miami-based Burger King Holdings Inc.’s chief financial officer, said 2011 was a “pivotal year” for the quick-service chain following the 2010 acquisition by investment firm 3G Capital. For the Dec. 31-ended fourth quarter, the company posted net income of $29.4 million, compared with a loss of $93.9 ...

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