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The casual chain says its debt load is $220 million lighter, with no repayments due near-term.
Fast-casual and to-go-only prototypes are under development, the Korean-chicken chain says.
Dine Brands Global will replace Steve Joyce with the CEO of the real estate brokerage company Realogy Franchise Group.
The 85-year-old family chain is getting its fifth owner. Here’s the saga of what happened under the prior four.
With more than 15 locations planned for 2021, the polished casual brand intends to challenge mom-and-pop joints.
Same-store sales improved as the chain was able to reopen more dining rooms, but were still down 36% in the third quarter.
The chain is investing in its to-go capabilities and will offer steaks for delivery via an online store.
As studios hold back on new releases and restrictions remain, the restaurant-theater chain hybrid started running out of cash.
The barbecue brand is aiming for 50 locations, with 25 coming from its recent deal with Johnny Carino's.
A pioneer of casual dining, the concept has persevered through much in its nearly five decades.
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