In 10 years, private-equity firm Roark Capital Group has put together a restaurant conglomerate of nine brands with more than 2,400 U.S. locations and $1.78 billion in domestic systemwide sales. 
 And that tally doesn’t include Roark Capital’s pending deal for a majority position in Arby’s, a chain of 3,523 U.S. units and $2.76 billion in domestic systemwide sales, which Roark agreed to purchase last month for $430 million. Nor does it take into account international ...

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