Alerts in the last 24 hours

No Personalised Alerts!

To see personalised alerts you need to be logged in.

Log In

Restaurant Brands International Inc Add to portfolio

TSP:QSR, Jul 18, 11:52 UTC

Latest TSP:QSR News

Filter your feed

Apply Filter

Friday, April 05


News

Multi-unit Burger King, Popeyes franchisee, adds Pizza Hut stores

QSR YUM

Multi-unit Burger King, Popeyes franchisee, adds Pizza Hut stores. Large-scale Burger King and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen franchisee, GPS Hospitality, has acquired 75 Pizza Hut restaurants in Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee, extending the company's properties footprint from 11 to 13 states, with expectations of breaking 500 restaurants total this year. "Not only does the brand see value in investing in its people, but also positioning itself as an industry leader with its recent NFL sponsorship, plus innovations with its app and delivery offerings. "Our partnership with Pizza Hut is a deliberate move to align ourselves with a brand that reflects our values and business sensibilities. The addition of the third brand and expansion into new territories are major milestones for our company." Rounding out GPS' Pizza Hut leadership team are Directors of Operations Zack Wilcox and Travis Kirkland, promoted from district leaders in the company's Burger King division.

Read Full Details

Topics:
  • Business
  • Financial
  • Science

Thursday, April 04


News

4.4.19 Americans running up credit card balances; New cell phone scam; Burger King to offer Impossible Burgers - WJAX

QSR

4.4.19 Americans running up credit card balances; New cell phone scam; Burger King to offer. Credit card balances and interest rates have ballooned in the past five years; Watch out for this new (and tricky) cell phone scam; Burger King is testing out the tasty vegetarian Impossible Burgers in St. Louis. Sprint 5G service coming to 9 U.S. cities in May. © 2019 Cox Media Group By using this website, you accept the terms of our Visitor Agreement and Privacy Policy, and understand your options regarding Ad Choices.

Read Full Details

Topics:
  • Business
  • Technology
  • Financial
  • Science
Social Chatter

Restaurant Brands International Inc (TSP:QSR) social chatter is higher than usual

QSR
And a trademark lawsuit means that the $28 billion company behind the Burger King chain of restaurants can’t stop this Burger King from using the name in perpetuity https://t.co/7ziLvObGTy https://t.co/efJd16HpRd

Wednesday, April 03


News

Did Hedge Funds Drop The Ball On Restaurant Brands International Inc (QSR)

QSR

You can find write-ups about an individual hedge fund's trades on numerous financial news websites. However, in this article we will take a look at their collective moves and analyze what the smart money thinks of Restaurant Brands International Inc (NYSE:QSR) based on that data. According to most market participants, hedge funds are seen as unimportant, outdated investment vehicles of the past. While there are over 8000 funds in operation at the moment, We hone in on the leaders of this group, approximately 750 funds. Insider Monkey's flagship hedge fund strategy surpassed the S&P 500 index by nearly 5 percentage points a year since its inception in May 2014 through early November 2018. Due to the fact that Restaurant Brands International Inc (NYSE:QSR) has faced falling interest from hedge fund managers, it's easy to see that there lies a certain "tier" of hedge funds that slashed their full holdings by the end of the third quarter.

Read Full Details

Topics:
  • Business
  • Financial
News

Burger King Tests Vegetarian 'Impossible Whopper'

QSR

The fast-food chain announced on Monday that it would begin testing the Impossible Whopper in 59 locations in St. Louis. “We wanted to make sure we had something that lived up to the expectations of the Whopper,” Burger King’s North America President Christopher Finazzo told Reuters. Impossible Foods, a California-based company first developed the meatless burger by using a genetically-modified yeast to produce heme, a protein that makes its plant-based burgers taste and “bleed” like meat. The burger of Beyond Meat, one major competitor of Impossible Foods, is also more expensive than most beef alternatives. However, The Impossible Burger has not been immune from criticism. Some animal rights activists criticized the burger for testing products on rats.

Read Full Details

Topics:
  • Business
  • Health
  • Financial

Tuesday, April 02


News

Burger King trialling new plant-based Whopper

QSR

Burger King is trialling a new plant-based burger made from ingredients including soy protein, coconut oil and potato protein. The Impossible Whopper is being trialled in US city St Louis and customers have had their first taste of the beefless patty. It has been described as the Whopper’s “twin” by the burger’s manufacturer, and contains 17g of protein and zero cholesterol. Other ingredients in the patty include sunflower oil and heme, a plant-based ingredient that makes the burger “taste like meat”, according to the company.

Read Full Details

Topics:
  • Business
  • Health
  • Financial
  • Science

Monday, April 01


News

UPDATE 2-'Impossible' meatless patty gets Burger King Whopper test

QSR TSN

On Monday Burger King and Silicon Valley startup Impossible Foods announced the rollout of the Impossible Whopper in 59 stores in and around St. Louis, Missouri. To mark the launch on April Fool’s day, the burger giant released a hidden-camera-style promo video showing the serving of plant-based Whoppers instead of meat to customers who marvel that they cannot tell the difference. The Impossible Whopper comes at an extra cost - about a dollar more than the beef patty Whopper. But Finazzo said research shows consumers are willing to pay more for the plant-based burger. Finazzo said Burger King also researched Beyond Meat, but decided that Impossible Foods', which also counts Gates as an investor, offering was a better fit.

Read Full Details

Topics:
  • Business
  • Health
  • Financial
News

Restaurant Brands International Inc (QSR) Expected to Announce Quarterly Sales of $1.26 Billion

QSR QSR

On average, analysts expect that Restaurant Brands International will report full year sales of $5.55 billion for the current year, with estimates ranging from $5.50 billion to $5.68 billion. For the next year, analysts expect that the company will post sales of $5.86 billion, with estimates ranging from $5.80 billion to $6.06 billion. Restaurant Brands International had a net margin of 11.42% and a return on equity of 30.16%. Finally, Oppenheimer boosted their price target on shares of Restaurant Brands International from $65.00 to $75.00 and gave the company an “outperform” rating in a report on Tuesday, February 12th. Standard Life Aberdeen plc now owns 3,493,597 shares of the restaurant operator’s stock valued at $207,082,000 after acquiring an additional 2,281,400 shares during the period. Norges Bank bought a new stake in Restaurant Brands International during the fourth quarter valued at about $97,047,000.

Read Full Details

Topics:
  • Business
  • Financial
Social Chatter

Restaurant Brands International Inc (TSP:QSR) social chatter is higher than usual

QSR
"There's a lot of interest in plant-based burgers." Burger King is testing out Impossible Whoppers, made with plan… https://t.co/GcUMMF4d6n
News

'Impossible' meatless patty gets Burger King Whopper test

QSR TSN

On Monday Burger King and Silicon Valley startup Impossible Foods announced the rollout of the Impossible Whopper in 59 stores in and around St. Louis, Missouri. To mark the launch on April Fool’s day, the burger giant released a hidden-camera-style promo video showing the serving of plant-based Whoppers instead of meat to customers who marvel that they cannot tell the difference. The Impossible Whopper comes at an extra cost - about a dollar more than the beef patty Whopper. But Finazzo said research shows consumers are willing to pay more for the plant-based burger. Finazzo said Burger King also researched Beyond Meat, but decided that Impossible Food's, which also counts Gates as an investor, offering was a better fit.

Read Full Details

Topics:
  • Business
  • Health
  • Financial
  • Science