Burger King Worldwide Inc. reported Wednesday a nearly 60-percent increase in second-quarter profit, saying turnaround efforts including menu and marketing moves in the U.S. and Canada are taking hold. RELATED • Burger King ads boost consumer buzz • Burger King tests mobile payment app • More quick-service restaurant news The second-quarter report marks Miami-based Burger King’s first as a newly public company, following its listing earlier this month on the New York ...

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