Zoe’s Kitchen Inc., the parent company to the Zoës Kitchen chain, said on Monday that it plans to price shares at a range of $11 to $13 each for its proposed initial public offering. Based on the midpoint of that range, the Plano, Texas-based operator and franchisor of 111 fast-casual restaurants would raise about $70 million. At the higher end, the IPO could generate up to $75 million with the planned sale of 5.8 million shares of common stock. RELATED • Zoës ...

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