Aronson has added 14 restaurant brands to the firm’s investment portfolio since 2001.
Neal K. Aronson, founder and managing partner of Roark Capital Group, has over the past dozen years built the private equity firm into a restaurant investment powerhouse known for acquiring, holding and building its brands. Since founding the Atlanta-based firm in 2001, Aronson has added 14 restaurant brands to the firm’s investment portfolio, including last year’s additions of CKE Inc., parent to the Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s quick-service brands, and Miller’s ...
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