The next chief executive at Burger King Worldwide Inc. has some big tasks ahead of him, including fostering a stronger brand identity and building greater stability within the company, sources tell Nation’s Restaurant News. Burger King said Thursday that its chief executive Bernardo Hees would step down as CEO this summer to lead H.J. Heinz Company, which is being purchased by Burger King’s parent company, 3G Capital and partner Berkshire Hathaway. Burger King’s chief ...
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