LITTLETON Colo. Champps Entertainment Inc., parent of the 61-restaurant casual-dining chain, has agreed to be acquired for $74.8 million by the private-equity consortium that bought 87-unit Fox & Hound Restaurant Group last year for about $150 million. The buyout, for $5.60 per share, would expand the holdings of F&H Acquisition Corp. to three restaurant concepts that collectively operate 136 pubs or sports-themed outlets and franchise 12 more. Fox & Hounds operates its restaurants in ...

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