This item came as a bit of a surprise and i suppose it is true. That it came about through a long evolution of good policy is also true. Certainly there has never been any ideological attack of significance on the corporate sector which always appears to be ungrateful at best from the perspective of investor and owner. There the key has always been sound regulation.
It has suddenly become noticed here because of the natural Combination of Burger King and Tim Hortons. There are savings but it is this is an opportunity for Tim Hortons rather than one for the Burger King which simply needs a lot of what Tim Hortons has.
I suspect that some excellent marketing options opens up here for both companies and we will be seeing much more of both as a result although that us pretty hard to imagine up here in Vancouver.
I think that the Burger King could sidestep the growing controversy over the worst aspects of factory farming by tapping the Alberta beef branding effort. It would certainly put a unique spin on their hamburger offering that Mcdonalds would be hard put to match.
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