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The company says it will focus on organic growth after shareholders block a proposed merger with Ninety Nine Restaurants.
This weekend should be big for chains doing more delivery and takeout.
The movie theater-restaurant chain raised less than it originally planned.
Sentinel Capital sold the family-dining chain to the private-equity titan's family office investor.
The company is co-branding a card with Chase that ties into its rewards program.
Marathon Partners accuses J. Alexander's of "manipulation" in its effort to merge with Ninety Nine Restaurants, says RB's The Bottom Line.
The founder of Planet Hollywood is now an activist investor in the casual-dining operator, The Bottom Line says.
The company plans to speed up the addition of its kiosks, thanks in part to tax reform.
The former McDonald's executive will take the marketing helm at the casual-dining chain.
In 2017, the company generated positive traffic for the first time in five years.
A weak stock market has prevented restaurant IPOs for more than two years, says RB's The Bottom Line.
He's given credit for expanding product offerings and focusing on remodels.
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