But why you would want to is another matter entirely.
The Treasury Department will “make a decision in the very near future” on adminstrative action to “to make these deals less economically appealing.”
Updated: Fast food workers in Boston’s protest were also arrested. Thursday’s protests planned in 150 cities across the U.S. are part of the “Fight for $15” campaign.
Daniel Schwartz, Burger King’s CEO, repeatedly said that tax savings from the deal were minimal and not a driver of the deal. But while that may be true today, the more the company grows overseas, the better deal it gets from being Canadian.
Basically, never order the breakfast platter.
The King is moving north. Burger King insists in the face of consumer ire that it isn’t a tax avoidance deal.
The combined company would be the third-largest fast-food chain in the world.
According to the fast food employees themselves. Inspired by this Reddit thread.
Wait til you hear what other countries call “Cool Ranch” flavored Doritos.
Katheryn Deprill put out her plea for help earlier this month, and after her page was shared thousands of times, she finally met the mother who left her in 1986.
Subway’s definitely not the only one.
Because you can still smell CK One and carry a torch for Pamela Anderson.
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Burger King, la NSA et… Miley Cyrus.
OK, to be fair, these weren’t ever as great as Happy Meal Toys, but every once in a while they hit it out of the park.
A majority of families of front-line fast-food workers are enrolled in one or more public programs, compared to 25% of the workforce as a whole, a new study by the University of California-Berkeley and University of Illinois reveals.
Y’all need to educate yourselves.
He was 17 when he played Hot Guy With His Parents’ Car in this mega-cool Burger King commercial.
These rankings DO NOT reflect taste, only overall “grossness,” OK?
From ye olde days. As in, the year 2000.
The lesson is don’t ever mess with Ronald McDonald.
Employees say they want wages raised to $15 an hour and the right to form unions without retaliation.
Dumb. Dumber. Dumberer. Dumbest. Dumbester.