The largest Pizza Hut franchise operator in California has been acquired by private-equity firm Sterling Investment Partners in a deal that is expected to open the door for new growth. Southern California Pizza Company, based in Corona, Calif., operates 224 Pizza Hut restaurants in Southern California and is the third-largest franchise group within the 7,600-unit pizza chain’s U.S. system. Details of the transaction were not disclosed. On Monday, former owner Sentinel Capital ...

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