Burger King Worldwide

NYSE: BKW
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades from 24/7 Wall St. include BP, CSX, Dollar General, EMC, Sprint, 3D Systems and Disney.
Jon C. Ogg
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades from 24/7 Wall St. include Apache, Netflix, RF Micro, Starbucks, Southwest Air and Disney.
Jon C. Ogg
Following the Black Friday strikes at more than 1,600 Walmart locations across the United States, fast-food workers will walk off the job in 160 cities on Thursday.
Paul Ausick
Source: courtesy of Wal-Mart StoresIt’s a marketing adage that keeping an existing customer is both cheaper and easier than wooing a new one. It takes time and money to become one of America’s...
Paul Ausick
An analyst at Morgan Stanley has kicked off the week with an upgrade for Burger King and a downgrade for McDonald’s.
Paul Ausick
The U.S. Treasury has finally made its proposed effort to deal with the waves of corporate tax inversions that have created such a stir of late.
Jon C. Ogg
Same-store sales for McDonald's were bad in July and worse in August.
Paul Ausick
These companies have cut their effective tax rates the most and boosted their net income at the same time.
Paul Ausick
Warren Buffett may be about to stir up a firestorm of negative comments for his contribution to Burger King's scamper across the border.
Paul Ausick
McDonald's could admit its U.S. expansion is over and buy a company that may be only at the beginning of its run.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Tim Hortons and Burger King may merge, the two companies disclosed.
Douglas A. McIntyre
A new survey from Consumer Reports indicates that people queried prefer food from Chipotle Mexican Grill over what is offered by McDonald's. Sales numbers would show otherwise.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Source: ThinkstockWhen it comes to fast food, Americans eat a lot of it, and they are getting more demanding about the quality of the food they are eating. And the biggest names are faring the...
Paul Ausick
McDonald's posted another month of falling same-store sales in the United States for May, as competition has flanked it in terms of locations and menu.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Last week Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO, bid $2 billion to buy the Los Angeles Clippers -- a price most experts consider way too high. Is this just a vanity purchase or is there a chance...
Evan Hanson