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Regardless of how wildly Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump celebrates victory on Nov. 8, restaurateurs are the ones likely to suffer a hangover.
The move may have Starbucks looking over its shoulder.
Traffic still declined, but by the slightest amount in more than a year, according to the latest snapshot from researcher TDn2K.
MTY Food Group will buy another chain operator; the combined company will have 75 restaurant brands.
The chain, which has just passed the 300-store mark, says the money will go toward expansion this year.
The company says it will focus on organic growth after shareholders block a proposed merger with Ninety Nine Restaurants.
The growing Mediterranean fast casual seeks to raise more.
The chain says it will pour $1.5 million into those areas this year.
The company has a potential buyer in a deal valued at $20 million.
The upscale restaurant market has its celebrity chefs, but the limited-service sector is giving rise to a group of marquee-name investors whose very interest tends to anoint their holdings as likely successes.
These emerging chains are the growth vehicles to watch—the ones poised to be major industry players in the coming years.
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