Burger King's new owners drop pricey high-tech redesign plan

04/8/2011 | BurgerBusiness.com

Burger King's new owners have rejected plans launched under previous leadership to give more than 12,000 restaurants a sleek, futuristic look with pricey red-and-black remodeling jobs, according to this article. Instead, the chain plans to design a new look that will cost significantly less than the $500,000 to $600,000 per store price tag that had franchisees up in arms last year.

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