Burger King’s recently completed rollout of digital menu and marketing boards to nearly all domestic locations marked a first among large chains, but it was just one of several recent developments suggesting that the technology is gaining momentum among multiunit brands. 
 In addition to Miami-based Burger King, the Tim Hortons bakery-cafe chain this month said it was on track to have digital menu and marketing boards in place at more than 3,000 Canadian locations by the end of the ...

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