With development rights sold out in the United States and Canada, the rapidly expanding Five Guys Burgers and Fries is exploring international growth opportunities. Executives of the fast-casual burger brand — which opened its 632nd unit in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday — are considering introducing the brand in either European or Asian markets over the next year or so, said Jerry Murrell, founder, president and chief executive of the Lorton, Va.-based chain. “We’ve ...
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