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Weekly Global Wrap: Noodles & Company CEO resigns; Burger King franchisee bankrupt; Del Taco debuts birria ramen

Here is a summary of the most interesting QSR news stories of the week globally.

Noodles & Company CEO resigns. More from Yahoo! Finance.

Burger King franchisee files for bankruptcy. More from RetailWire.

Mexican fast-food chain Del Taco debuts new beef birria ramen. More from KTLA 5.


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