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New Fries Help Burger King To A Whopper Of An Earnings Boost

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The fast-food chain Burger King reports a huge jump in earnings: nearly $70 million in the last quarter. A year ago, third-quarter profits were just over $6 million. Customers flocked to locations in the U.S. and Canada to taste the "Satisfry," a supposedly healthier french fry.
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