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The burger chain is giving its popular sandwich away on Monday, which happens to be the first day of Wendy’s new breakfast.
The delivery provider has filed confidential registration statements for an initial public offering.
Higher menu prices coupled with delivery fees and charges could make this an easy service for consumers to cut back on if the economy turns, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
Restaurants are expected to generate almost $900 billion in sales in 2020, led by quick-service restaurants and takeout.
Company executives promise more innovation as the chain pushes into more dayparts and different products.
The burger chain says it is fully staffed as it starts serving in the morning and expects strong sales this year.
Dan Fleischmann, vice president with investment firm Kitchen Fund, joins "A Deeper Dive" to discuss the sudden surge in interest in shared kitchens.
The company is also slowing down on acquisitions as it looks to build up its profitability.
RB’s The Bottom Line looks at how much Biglari Holdings has made since its 2011 investment in the family dining chain.
The burger giant is starting a 2-for-$4 breakfast sandwich offer one week before Wendy’s national breakfast launch.
The chain has closed 107 units, with plans to reopen them with a counter-service model to save on labor.
Or did the chain turn off customers with its photo of a 28-day-old premium sandwich? RB’s The Bottom Line takes a look.
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