Burger King Holdings Inc. Tuesday reported significantly higher income for the first quarter ended Sept. 30, in large part from lower tax expenses and proceeds from refranchising. However, the company said domestic results kept worldwide same-store sales numbers negative despite improvements overseas. The interim financial results reported by Burger King Holdings were the last it would release for operations by a publicly traded company, as it was taken private by Investment firm 3G Capital ...

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