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Financing

Canadian combo: Pinkberry owner buys Imvescor

MTY Food Group will buy another chain operator; the combined company will have 75 restaurant brands.

Operations

This week’s 5 head-spinning moments: Double turns

No sooner had one arresting development arisen than another quickly followed in its wake, making neck braces an acceptable fashion accessory.

The deal will transform the parent of Krispy Kreme and Einstein Bros. into a global restaurant force.

Taco Bell's newfound qualms about social media is just one example of restaurants wondering if the status quo is such a hot way to go.

The fast-casual brand's new owners include the investment fund founded by franchising veteran Anand Gala to amass regional expansion opportunities.

The regional barbecue chain joins a stable of 20 restaurant brands ranging from Arby's to Auntie Anne's.

The deal will give J. Alexander's a firm foothold in New England.

The controlling stake was sold by one private-equity firm to another.

The Culver family retains control, but a board seat has been extended to the buyer, Roark Capital.

Management says the venerable Italian chain will use the filing to renegotiate leases on 37 closed sites.

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