Americans spent more than $69 billion at independent takeout restaurants in 2011, according to a Euromonitor International Report, and quick-service chain Burger King aims to capture some of those customers by expanding its delivery service — a risky but smart move, according to some industry analysts. Over the past year Miami-based Burger King has rolled out delivery at some locations in metro Washington, D.C., New York, Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston and San Francisco, and ...
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