A Burger King sign and a Tim Hortons sign are displayed in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. Burger King has reached agreement to buy Tim Hortons in hopes of creating a new, publicly traded company with its headquarters in Canada, thereby reducing its U.S. tax obligations.
A Burger King sign and a Tim Hortons sign are displayed in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. Burger King has reached agreement to buy Tim Hortons in hopes of creating a new, publicly traded company with its headquarters in Canada, thereby reducing its U.S. tax obligations. AP photo
A Burger King sign and a Tim Hortons sign are displayed in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. Burger King has reached agreement to buy Tim Hortons in hopes of creating a new, publicly traded company with its headquarters in Canada, thereby reducing its U.S. tax obligations. AP photo

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August 27, 2014 11:42 PM

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