MIAMI On the strength of longer hours, a breakfast value menu and movie promotions, Burger King Holdings Inc. reported on Monday a 23-percent jump in its first-quarter profit over the same period a year earlier, on total revenue that rose 10 percent to $602 million. The parent company to 11,290 franchised or corporate Burger King restaurants also recorded same-store sales surges of 5.9 percent globally and 6.6 percent in the United States and Canada. Sales were driven by ...

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