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Financing

Mini-IPO companies find little love on Wall Street

Fat Brands and iPic Entertainment have both struggled to create investor enthusiasm, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Financing

Chipotle adds nationwide delivery

The burrito chain now lets customers order delivery from its app, with provider DoorDash.

The chain’s founder told franchisees that there is “detailed evidence of sexual misconduct” by the company’s top executives.

Despite Hurricane Lane, few Atlantic storms means the next three months will be a sales roller coaster, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The fast-casual health food franchise has been closing restaurants since its failed IPO.

Restaurant chains improved sales and traffic, led by quick-service and fast-casual concepts.

The embattled pizza chain wants a more diverse executive team and plans a minority-owned franchise development program.

Local and state health officials are looking into reports of 15 people who got sick after eating breakfast sandwiches at the restaurant.

In a ho-hum quarter, some full-service chains stood out, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Richard Blais and Kimbal Musk are among those who will mentor growing food companies in the Chipotle Aluminaries Project.

David Sloan, Franklin Wiener create a restaurant incubator, Venture Kitchen, and invest in Blackwood BBQ.

The company plans to invest $2 million in workforce training in Chicago and pledges to reduce employment barriers for 2 million young people.

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