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Tim Hortons

Burger King gets go-ahead to gobble up Tim Hortons

The burger chain’s plan to acquire Hortons and move north of the border stirred up far less controversy there than it did in the buyer’s home country.

Beverage

Tim Hortons introduces new coffee lineup

The chain is offering Americanos, cappuccinos and lattes, all of which can be ordered hot or iced.

The company formed by the merger of the two quick-service chains has set its structure and management of the two brands.

Diners continue to seek spicy flavors and out-there combinations.

Restaurateurs are trying some bold formats to snare the attention of jaded consumers. Here are three examples that caught our eye.

Some responses have been extreme—and controversial.

Restaurateurs are taking an inward look in March, examining what’s working and what’s not in their organizations and weeding out what they deem not worthy. Here are three ways business are being shaken up right now.

The chain and its franchisees are spending hundreds of millions to remodel restaurants in Canada.

Systemwide sales for the brands were also helped by the addition of 141 and 52 units, respectively.

The chain’s master franchisee in France intends to convert the 509 stores into Burger Kings.

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