Burger King plans to add a mobile-payment option to its domestic stores next month with plans to make the technology available at all of its more than 7,000 units in the United States within a few months, according to a report from Bloomberg. The app will provide coupons and nutrition facts, and will allow payment values to be loaded onto a virtual card, according to the Bloomberg report. With the news, Miami-based Burger King appears to have beaten its larger quick-service rivals ...

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