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Jonathan Maze

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Jonathan Maze

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Financing

Topgolf to merge with golf equipment maker Callaway

The all-stock merger creates a multi-branded golf powerhouse and gives Topgolf a valuation of nearly $2.5 billion.

Operations

White Castle plans to close for part of Election Day

The chain will close its restaurants for four hours on Tuesday morning to give its employees time to vote.

The Canadian doughnut-and-coffee chain was working to regain its footing before quarantine sapped the company of its core consumers, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The chains will add new technology to more than 10,000 North American restaurants by mid-2022 as drive-thrus become more important to fast-food chains.

The brand operator, which wants to buy Dunkin’, would be one of the biggest operator of U.S. restaurants if the deal gets done, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The company, seeking to dismiss the lawsuit, says it doesn’t make sense that it would undermine owners to see them fail.

As studios hold back on new releases and restrictions remain, the restaurant-theater chain hybrid started running out of cash.

Dunkin' said it has held “preliminary” discussions with the Roark Capital-owned multi-brand operator.

RB’s The Bottom Line looks at five issues that can cause problems for operators that invest in the business.

Chipotle's test of higher prices for third-party delivery orders shows the partnership model remains a problem for many restaurants, and the providers, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The burger chain is promising a “crispier, juicier” Classic Chicken Sandwich as the fast-food chicken wars heat up.

The burger chain will test reusable containers in New York, Portland and Tokyo through the packaging provider Loop.

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