Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen has set its sights on doubling the number of its domestic units, AFC Enterprises Inc. chief executive Cheryl Bachelder said Thursday. “We see excellent opportunities on the new restaurant development front,” she said during a call following the release of fourth quarter results from parent company AFC Enterprises Inc. “Unlike other brands that have been around for decades, the Popeyes growth story has really just begun,” Bachelder ...

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