Some investors worry that Burger King and other fast-food chains might get dinged by Obama's proposal for a higher federal baseline wage.
Investors seeking growth and income should consider these large, stable blue chips.
The Golden Arches shares are down a day after President Obama called for a boost to the minimum wage to $9 an hour. A coincidence? Maybe not.
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The burger chain faces a tough matchup against its performance in the first quarter of 2012.
Investors to focus on the Teavana acquisition and the chain's expansion into emerging markets.
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