Devin Leonard

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Nobody likes to pay taxes. But collecting them isn't a lot of fun, either. The IRS may be America's most unpopular government agency.

Think 'the IRS Sucks?' Try Working There

Nobody likes to pay taxes. But collecting them isn't a lot of fun, either. The IRS may be America's most unpopular government agency.

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Burger King, based in Miami, has announced a merger with Tom Horton’s doughnuts and coffee chain, based in Canada.

Burger King to Buy Canadian Coffee Chain Tim Hortons

Burger King, based in Miami, has announced a merger with Tom Horton’s doughnuts and coffee chain, based in Canada.

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