The parent company of the Outback Steakhouse casual-dining chain may go public again, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission this week. Kangaroo Holdings Inc., parent to Outback operating company OSI Restaurant Partners based in Tampa, Fla., said in filings Tuesday that it is considering an initial public offering of common stock within the next 60 days. Though the size of the expected offering has not yet been determined, according to the filings. If ...

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