Two restaurant companies are scheduled to make a return to the public stock markets this week: casual-dining giant Bloomin’ Brands Inc., the parent to the Outback Steakhouse chain; and CKE Restaurants Inc., which owns the Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s quick-service brands. RELATED • Del Frisco’s CEO talks growth after IPO • Chuy’s IPO leads way for new restaurants on Wall Street • More restaurant industry finance news Both are formerly public ...
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