In 2012, the last place Wendy’s wants to be is “caught in the middle” — losing traffic on the high end to fast-casual brands or getting undercut by value-focused quick service or convenience chains, said Emil Brolick, chief executive of The Wendy’s Co. Given that competitive landscape, Brolick said Monday at Wendy’s Investor Day, the chain will focus its energy and capital expenditures on menu innovation, corporate-store remodels and a new marketing ...
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