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The Bottom Line: Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings want to buy more brands, and they have plenty of choices.

The week's big announcements, from completion of the Arby's-BWW merger to the newest wrinkles in Chipotle's turnaround plan, sometimes overshadowed small revelations with big implications. Here are a few of those tidbits you likely missed.

Inspire Brands, which owns Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings, is a new kind of brand operator.

With their $2.9 billion merger closed, the two brands created Inspire Brands as a growth vehicle.

The youngest brand in Roark's expansive restaurant portfolio has been shaped and adjusted to be the company's next growth vehicle.

Papa John's, Chipotle, Panera, Buffalo Wild Wings among companies whose top executives left in 2017.

Difficult times have brought extraordinary measures, including these off-the-wall attention hooks.

A 50-unit development agreement should help the chain continue its big international push.

The appeal of limited-time offers—an opportunity to get new customers in the door and increase visits from regulars, as well as the accompanying bump in checks and sales—is clear.

Report says investor wants to buy other brands following the Arby’s-Buffalo Wild Wings merger