The parent to the 67-unit fast-casual Newk’s Eatery chain has been acquired by private-equity firm Sentinel Capital Partners, officials said Tuesday. Newk’s Holding Company LLC was sold by its founders, which include Chris Newcomb and his father Don Newcomb, along with family friend Debra Bryson. Terms for the acquisition of the Jackson, Miss.-based company were not disclosed. James Coady, a partner at New York-based Sentinel, described the Newk’s founding team as ...
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