Jimmy John's


Inspire Brands is apparently considering an IPO

The owner of Dunkin' and Arby's is in the early stages of discussions on an initial public offering that could value the company at $20 billion, according to Bloomberg.


Jimmy John's is taking its sandwiches outside the U.S.

The Atlanta-based chain signed a pair of deals to expand into Canada and Latin America, its first international development agreements.

The Bottom Line: The addition of the sandwich giant will make Roark a bigger player than McDonald's in the U.S. But its position in the sandwich market will not be all that unusual.

The Bottom Line: Roark Capital reportedly has the inside track at buying Subway. But it also owns Jimmy John’s. Can the two chains coexist under the same owner?

Many brands have already jumped aboard the fast-growing app. Others are waiting to see how things unspool.

A new American Consumer Satisfaction Index survey shows the public perceives the sector as offering better quality for the money.

The chain, which pioneered the concept of sandwich delivery, has opened the new format in Florida as it looks to evolve its business.

The Inspire Brands chains join a large list of restaurants taking on protein suppliers over the allegations.

The former SVP of Dunkin' and Baskin-Robbins will have responsibility for the field operations of all of Inspire Brands' holdings.

Chief Marketing Officer Darin Dugan joins the RB podcast “A Deeper Dive” to talk about some of the changes the company has made in recent months.

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