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But its sister chain KFC stumbles in the fourth quarter amid intense competition.
The online ordering company will be the delivery provider for KFC and Taco Bell in the U.S.
Privet Fund, which is pushing for a sale, kicked off a proxy fight with a slate of board candidates.
The company didn't put a timeline on when its new executive would be in place, says RB's The Bottom Line.
But the company is investing $50 million on store remodels while planning a new loyalty program.
Inspire Brands, which owns Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings, is a new kind of brand operator.
The chain was strong in the morning, but traffic slows later on, and the company doesn't know why.
Industry stocks got hit hard on Monday, just like everybody else, says RB's The Bottom Line.
ABDD Capital acquired the locations in Louisville, Ky.
With their $2.9 billion merger closed, the two brands created Inspire Brands as a growth vehicle.
The company also promoted Corey Horsch to CFO and elected a new director.
The economy added 200,000 jobs and wage growth improved.
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