Burger King Extends European Reach and 3 Must-See Morning Hot Stocks

Burger King Worldwide’s (NYSE:BKC) new agreement with Autogrill Group extending their partnership across Europe, including France has the twitterati and social media of the latter all excited at the prospect of the Whopper’s return to the country after more than 15 years. Writes one aficionado: “Our best memories of the Whopper are revived, making us forget the sweet, post-onion rings breath.”

Vodafone group plc (NASDAQ:VOD) announces the creation of a new Group Enterprise unit effective January that will address the whole gamut of enterprise solutions and will be structured along four verticals namely global enterprise, carrier services, machine to machine solutions and hosting and cloud services. The teams will be supported by Enterprise Channels and Sales Operations as well as Enterprise Products and marketing teams. globally.

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SAP’s (NYSE:SAP) largest shareholder and co-founder, Hasso Plattner, has sold a chunk of his stake worth €120 million to a bank who will place €10 million worth of shares in the market every month during the period November 2012 through November 2013.

A report in Reuters that reveals how eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) uses avoidance strategies to obtain the best of both income and sales tax savings in Britain and Germany may lead lawmakers in these countries to launch an investigation into these arrangements. Apparently, eBay can charge a low rate of sales tax (also known as VAT) by using a Luxembourg office manned by only nine people and by channelling its revenues through a Swiss unit, thereby benefiting from low corporate taxation.

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