Burger King In Exile
High Tax Rates Chase Off Income Earners Image Credit: (Wall Street Journal and News Busters) The revenue from a 100% Tax Rate against a revenue base of zero equals zero. The revenue of a smaller and more reasonable rate of taxation against a significantly large base of revenue is still a pretty big number. This fundamental truism eludes the statist drones | Read More »
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Herman Caine’s Inspiration
Herman Cain recounts a story from one of his nationally known books, CEO of Self, where, just before being transferred to becoming VP of operations for Burger King, he faced the difficult task of having to let go one of the worst assistant managers he’d ever seen. The decision was easy: the execution, arduous, because the young man, though he clearly did not have an ounce talent or like for his job, was clearly devastated. . .
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“Global Warming is Baloney”…
reads signs posted above several Burger King restaurants in Tennessee. The franchisee, Mirabile Investment Corporation (MIC), has been contacted by Burger King’s corporate offices, but is refusing to take the signs down. J.J. McNelis, MIC’s marketing president. had this to say to an eco-lunatic / “reporter”: Reporter: BK Corp issued a statement saying that ‘global warming is baloney’ wasn’t their view and that they had | Read More »
Well, SOMEBODY’S getting fired over this global warming ad flap.
To quote Cool Hand Luke, what we have here is a failure to communicate: ‘Global warming is baloney’ signs put the heat on Burger King A row between the fast food giant Burger King and one of its major franchise owners has erupted over roadside signs proclaiming “global warming is baloney”. The franchisee, a Memphis-based company called the Mirabile Investment Corporation (MIC) that owns more | Read More »