MIAMI Burger King Corp. said food safety vice president Steve Grover and spokesman Keva Silversmith no longer work for the company, but it stopped short of confirming that they were the two executives fired last week in connection to online comments that bashed a farm workers' advocacy group. Burger King did not give reasons for the departures of Grover and Silversmith. Messages to both have not been returned.Two weeks ago, Burger King confirmed that comments posted on various public ...
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