The quick-service company traded publicly for the first time since 2010
Burger King marked its return to the stock market Wednesday, following the closure of a reverse merger with investment vehicle Justice Holdings Ltd. RELATED • Burger King tests mobile payment app • Burger King debuts new menu • More quick-service restaurant news In its first day on the New York Stock Exchange, the Miami-based burger chain's new parent company, Burger King Worldwide Inc., traded under the ticker symbol "BKW." The stock opened at $14.50 per share, ...
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