MIAMI Burger King Corp. said “appropriate disciplinary action will be taken” after it completes an investigation into an executive’s online criticism under assumed names of a farm workers’ advocacy group currently at odds with the chain. The announcement confirmed that the comments, posted on various public websites, have been traced to Steve Grover, the chain's well-known vice president of food safety, quality assurance and regulatory compliance.Last week a report in The News-Press ...
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