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My Quest for a Job

A little while back, my family went to New Hampshire to celebrate one of my cousins graduating from college. (I feel like I’ve mentioned this before.) Sometime during the party, I took a break from mastering Guitar Hero and sat down next to my aunt, in the chairs surrounding the fire pit. 726 more words

Humor

Jack M. Mintz: A Whopper of a deal for Canada

Canada would be a winner, along with Tim Hortons and Burger King shareholders, due to a boost in corporate revenue that would be taxed in Canadian government hands… 855 more words

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Instagram's new 'hyperlapse' app, The Tim Horton Burger King deal

In today’s headline news:

  • Instagram’s new app, ‘Hyperlapse’ brings a high-end filming technique to iPhone users
  • The Burger King – Tim Horton deal will create the world’s third largest fast food chain…
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News

Throwing caution to the wind, Tom orders Burger King's new Inversion Burger

Facing withering criticism from Barack O’TomA for aiding corporate deserters and being economically unpatriotic, Tom walked in to his local Burger King and ordered an inversion burger with a side of Tim Horton’s coffee and donuts to celebrate the King’ take over of Tim Horton. 40 more words

News And Politics

How the Tim Hortons-Burger King deal could pad your wallet

Burger King’s $12.5-billion plan to buy up Tim Hortons sounds like the playground of the superrich, but regular Canadians could benefit too.

Even if you don’t own Tim Hortons stock, chances are the sale could trickle a few bucks into your bank account or savings – and not by improving your odds on Roll up the Rim. 326 more words

News

More U.S. Companies Using “Inversion” To Lower Tax Bills [VIDEO]

Courtesy of CNN Money

Fast food chain Burger King is looking to expand its operations abroad by trying to merge with Tim Hortons.  This is a big deal because Burger King’s business internationally has increased profit.   107 more words

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