In its Q4 earnings call with investors just over one week ago, Restaurant Brands International (RBI) CEO Jose Cil confessed that earnings from the Tim Horton Brand had dragged overall results for RBI. The Canadian coffee and donuts chain saw comparable store sales drop 4.3% in the fourth quarter while system-wide sales growth dropped almost 3% as well. Cil also announced that Tim’s will revamp its loyalty program and moving to a points system rather than rewards. New entry into the breakfast day part, Wendys just settled a lawsuit with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey for some $400,000 to resolve allegations the company violated child labor laws. The AG alleged that Wendy’s allowed 16 and 17 year old employees to work too many hours at its 46 company-owned stores.