Burger King Holdings Inc. said its worldwide same-store sales fell in the fourth quarter, primarily a result of weak U.S. results. Burger King’s global same-store sales declined 3.7 percent in the fourth quarter, which included declines of 5.8 percent in the United States and Canada and 1.8 percent in the Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, or EMEA/APAC, region. Fourth-quarter same-store sales rose 5.6 percent at the chain’s Latin America restaurants. For the quarter ...

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