Cheddar’s Casual Café reportedly has made a “confidential” filing toward an initial public offering, a new avenue provided in federal legislation enacted in April. Reuters cited sources who said the Irving, Texas-based casual-dining chain, which is owned by investors that include private equity firms Catterton Partners and Oak Investment Partners, would make the IPO in the second quarter and raise about $100 million. Don Breen, Cheddar’s chief financial ...

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