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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