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    Since the 1950’s‚ Burger King has been offering its famous flame-broiled fast food burgers throughout the United States and‚ eventually‚ the world. Burger King‚ also known by the initials B.K.‚ has evolved from a small Florida-based hamburger chain to one of the most well-known and recognizable fast food franchises on earth. The first Burger King restaurant opened in Jacksonville‚ Florida under the name Insta-Burger King in 1953. In 1954‚ the Burger King Corporation was founded by Miami-based

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    Background According to Burger King’s 2012 Annual Report‚ Burger King Worldwide‚ Inc. (Burger King) is a Delaware corporation formed on April 2‚ 2012 and the indirect parent of Burger King Corporation‚ a Florida corporation that franchises and operates fast food hamburger restaurants‚ principally under the Burger King brand. The company is the world’s second largest fast food hamburger restaurant (FFHR) based on total number of restaurants. As of December 31‚ 2012‚ Burger King owned or franchised a

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    Burker king I would first talk a little bit of their history‚ so we can have an idea of how BK became well-known‚ first im going to start by illustrating when it first stated and then how they continue to expand. I would go ahead and focus on some of their main facts. Im going to begin by where it first began back in 1954‚ founded by two individuals‚ David Edgerton and James McLamore in Miami‚ Florida. In where by 1955‚ they introduce their famous whopper burger‚ which lead BK to become the home

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    Burger King reinvents flame broiling The fast food chain is testing a new broiler designed to save time‚ energy‚ and money‚ and - some say - makes the Whopper taste better. Fortune’s Matt Boyle reports. By Matthew Boyle‚ Fortune writer October 12 2007: 1:44 PM EDT NEW YORK (Fortune) -- At Burger King‚ flame broiling will never be the same again. After spending three years in development‚ the number-two fast food chain is quietly rolling out powerful new broilers that reduce utility costs

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    Case Study: Burger King Beefs Up By Janet Mosha Burger King is the world’s largest chain of flame-broiled fast food restaurants. Its core competency is its flame-broiled burgers; whereas other fast food hamburger joints serve fried burgers or no burgers at all‚ Burger King offers the unique flame-broiled burgers with any options that a customer might like‚ consumers have the benefit of having a burger they cannot find elsewhere. Initially Burger King only sold burgers‚ fries‚ shakes‚ and sodas;

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    doesn’t sound like Burger King. There’s a quiet whir of blenders crafting made-to-order smoothies with real strawberry‚ banana and mango pieces. Nor does it taste like Burger King. Not when one of its three new salads is topped with tangy apple slices and dried cranberries‚ and covered in an apple cider vinaigrette. You can even get made-to-order frappés. • PHOTOS: See Burger King’s new food and look • VIDEO: People check out Burger King’s new menu But this is Burger King‚ all right — with

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    What are the target markets? Of burger king Burger King Rebrands: New Colors‚ More Quality‚ Less King Last week‚ McDonald’s basically told activists against childhood obesity to go jump in a burning hot Fryolater if they thought they were going to get rid of Ronald McDonald. This week‚ Burger King and its new ad agency are telling its mascot to take a vacation. In fact‚ Burger King is getting a much bigger change than giving the guy with beard and crown a rest. TheMiami Herald reports that

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    Burger King: Promoting a Food Fight I. Introduction Today‚ Burger King Corporation‚ as the fourth largest fast food restaurant chain overall after “Yum! Brands” (34‚000 locations)‚ McDonald’s (31‚000 locations) and Subway (28‚400 locations)‚ owned or franchised a total of 12‚174 restaurants in 76 countries‚ of which 1‚387 restaurants were BK Co.’s restaurants and 10‚787 were owned by its franchisees. The two main successful factors of BK are market expansion by strong franchising

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    C HAP T ER 12 An intriguing possibility is the near-officeless headquarters for international companies. Technology may permit more people to work from anywhere as they e- mail and teleconference with their colleagues‚ customers‚ and suppliers elsewhere. Thus they can live anywhere in the world and work from their homes‚ as is already occurring within some professions.62 However‚ if people can work from their homes‚ they may move their homes where they want to live rather than living

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    Burger King Beefs Up Global Operations Gregory Peavy Columbia Southern University Burger King is the world ’s largest flame- broiled fast food restaurant chain. The first Burger King was called” Insta Burger King” opened in 1954 in a Miami‚ Florida suburb. In 2009 burger king operated about 12‚000 restaurants in all 50 states and in 74 countries and U. S. territories worldwide through a combination of company owned and franchised operations

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