TAMPA Fla. Outback Steakhouse parent OSI Restaurant Partners Inc. disclosed Tuesday that two class-action lawsuits stemming from its pending $3.2-billion going-private buyout have been settled, subject to approval by a Florida court. The two lawsuits, one filed last November and one in January, alleged that OSI executives and board members colluded with the company's private-equity buyers, Bain Capital Partners LLC and Catterton Management LLC, resulting in an "unfair and inadequate" ...

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