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Red Lobster's owner 'not expecting much' from sale

The struggling seafood chain lost more than $22 million last year, said Thai Union Group, which is looking to offload the brand.

Financing

Inspire Brands is apparently considering an IPO

The owner of Dunkin' and Arby's is in the early stages of discussions on an initial public offering that could value the company at $20 billion, according to Bloomberg.

Pleasant Lake Partners said the chain is underperforming but would make an attractive acquisition target.

The owner of Dunkin’, Arby’s and other brands said Vromo’s technology would help it make delivery more profitable.

The majority stake marks the 12th restaurant investment for the Utah-based private-equity firm and the first in its $200 million Savory Fund III portfolio.

Sushi Ginza Onodera, a Tokyo-based chain of 12 upscale sushi restaurants, has filed for an $8 million initial public offering in the U.S.

It’s the first acquisition for the tech supplier and will allow restaurants to text their guests with the help of artificial intelligence.

B+B Foods Distributors will function as a distinct entity within Raydia's expanding hold, with Scott Isles continue to lead the family-run operation.

The trademark lawsuit made famous on social media is now officially over. Now Dirty Dough's new managing partner has plans for growth that could bring the stuffed cookies to grocery aisles.

The franchisee now operates more than 100 locations of the casual dining restaurant chain in New York, New Jersey, Florida and Georgia.

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