Terrance Wise worked 16-hour days, but that still wasn’t enough to keep his family from losing their apartment. If the Burger King where he works can take in $1,200 in an hour, why is the payroll only $60, he asks. Wise has emerged as one of the leaders of a movement agitating for $15 an hour nationwide. Business reps say such requirements would force small restaurants and shops to close. But employees want action, and strikes are planned in 150 cities this afternoon.