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Restaurant Brands International Inc., also called Restaurant Brands International, is a holding company, which engages in the operation of quick service restaurants. It operates through the following brands: Tim Hortons, Burger King, and Popeyes. Read More The Tim Hortons brand provides donut, coffee, and tea restaurant services. The Burger King brand manages fast food hamburger restaurant. The Popeyes brand handles chicken category of the quick service segment of the restaurant industry. The company was founded on August 25, 2014 and is headquartered in Oakville, Canada.
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Burger King's 17 Cent Coffee Deal Won't Win Customers From McDonalds And Starbucks
Getty Burger King started a coffee price war against McDonald’s and Starbucks recently. Customers who sign up through BK app can get a cup of coffee every day for a flat monthly $ 5 fee. That cuts the price of coffee to under 17 cents per cup! At this low price, Burger King must barely cover the cost of the cup, which means that it gives the coffee away. Why? To create its own “community,” according to Norty Cohen, CEO – Moosylvania. “We believe that consumers inherently want to 'belong to a community,'...
Yahoo FinanceMar 21
Burger King and Popeyes have a stealth digital-delivery business: CEO
While Starbucks and Chipotle have stolen all the headlines with their recent fast-food delivery pushes, Restaurant Brands International’s (QSR) newly minted CEO, Jose Cil, tells Yahoo Finance he has quietly amassed the company’s own formidable delivery network for its Burger King and Popeyes chains — and has plans to expand it even more.
Simply Wall StMar 21
Should You Care About Restaurant Brands International Inc.’s (NYSE:QSR) Investment Potential?
Today we are going to look at Restaurant Brands International Inc. (NYSE:QSR) to see whether it might be an attractive investment prospect. To be precise, we’ll consider its Return On Capital Employed (ROCE), as that will inform our view of the quality of the business. First of all, we’ll work out how to calculate ROCE. Then we’ll compare its ROCE to similar companies. Finally, we’ll look at how its current liabilities affect its ROCE. Return On Capital Employed (ROCE): What is it? ROCE measures the amou...
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