Burger King Worldwide agreed on Tuesday to buy the Canadian restaurant chain Tim Hortons for about $11.4 billion, creating one of the biggest fast-food operations in the world, according to the New York Times. Burger King will move its headquarters to Canada as part of a so-called inversion, but the move is expected to save the company only a little in taxes.
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