Burger King’s manager for product innovation, Robert Thomas, stepped down Wednesday, making him the latest of several executives to leave the burger company. Thomas said in an e-mail that he has accepted a position as key account manager for quick-service restaurants at Puratos Corp., which specializes in bakery products. His announcement comes two days after the 12,251-unit chain relaunched its chicken tenders, changing their shape and breading. Earlier this month, Miami-based Burger ...

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