USA: Burger King/eBay: forging electronic loyalty - COMMENT (Members)
Burger King and eBay will offer the first online loyalty program in the fast food industry. The pact should complement Burger King's earlier deal with AOL Time Warner. Both are aimed at resuscitating flagging sales among today's tech savvy American youth. Yet while these efforts will raise the fast food chain's online profile, it is far more important that Burger King meets consumer demands for increased variety and healthier foods.
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