SYRACUSE N.Y. Carrols Restaurant Group Inc., the largest Burger King franchisee, provided the first official glimpse into the No. 2 burger brand’s latest sales trends, and it wasn’t good. While analysts and observers have predicted that Burger King sales trends would suffer in its latest quarter ended in June, Carrols reported Monday that same-store sales at its BK units fell 4.7 percent for its quarter ended June 2, versus the same quarter a year ago, when same-store sales rose 5.9 ...
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