Burger King Holdings Inc. on Wednesday reported the strongest same-store sales growth in more than two years for restaurants in the United States and Canada during the first quarter, indicating that turnaround efforts are taking hold. The parent company to Burger King reported net income of $25 million for the March 31-ended quarter, compared with a loss of $5.9 million in the year-earlier quarter. Company officials credited improved results but also decreased costs, resulting from the ...
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