Two Longtime Tim Hortons Executives Step Down Abruptly After Burger King Takeover

Two Longtime Tim Hortons Executives Step Down Abruptly After Burger King Takeover

Two longtime Tim Hortons executives step down abruptly after Burger King takeover

TORONTO – Less than a month after Tim Hortons Inc. and Burger King merged into Restaurant Brands International Inc., two longtime Tims executives have abruptly resigned from their new roles in the company. The departures of Tim Hortons veterans Mike Meilleur, recently named president of Tim Hortons U.S., and Scott Bonikowsky, the chief communication and corporate…

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Morningstar Investment Conference: Gabelli Funds On Where To Invest Amid Inflation

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  1. “The hardest thing to do when you merge a company is keep the people you want to keep and lose the people you want to lose,”

    No Im pretty sure its the paperwork. Losing people you want to lose sounds like the easy part.

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