Tim Hortons selling corporate jet

By Staff | February 11, 2015 | Last updated on February 11, 2015
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The Gulfstream 100 Tim Hortons executives used to jet to business meetings is up for sale, reports The Globe and Mail.

The sale comes a month after the company announced it would be cutting about 350 jobs.

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Last year, Burger King and Tim Hortons merged. Burger King’s owner, 3G Capital, also cut costs and corporate jets at the fast-food chain in 2010.

The Tim Hortons get is a six-seat Gulfstream, and could sell for about US$4 million, reports the Globe.

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