Buying Buffalo Wild Wings is part one of “much greater acquisition plans.”
Arby’s has the meats, and now it also has the chicken wings How many chicken wings does $2.9 billion buy? That’s how much roast beef sandwich-slinging fast-food brand Arby’s has agreed to fork over to acquire casual dining chain Buffalo Wild Wings. Show More Summary
The private equity firm behind Arby's says it will take Buffalo Wild Wings private and continue to operate it as an independent brand.
On Tuesday it was announced that Arby's owner Roark Capital will acquire Buffalo Wild Wings for $2.4 billion (or roughly 162,271,805 orders of BWW House Samplers). Per Reuters, though the wings restaurant will become property of Arby's,...Show More Summary
Since Arby's is buying Buffalo Wild Wings, we mashed up a few of our favorite menu items. You can thank us later.
Roark Capital Group has acquired Buffalo Wild Wings for $2.9 billion. The private-equity firm helped turn around Arby's after buying a majority stake in 2011. The firm has a diverse portfolio that includes restaurants, gyms, and auto...Show More Summary
Roark has mounted a turnaround at Arby’s since buying that chain from Wendy’s in 2011, targeting core fast-food customers with a focus on protein-heavy sandwiches.
Arby’s can add chicken wings to its list of meats after it reached a deal to acquire Buffalo Wild Wings on Tuesday.
The protein-loving chain will buy Buffalo Wild Wings for nearly $3 billion.
Arby's parent company has agreed to acquire Buffalo Wild Wings for $2.9 billion. When Roark Capital acquired Arby's in 2011, the chain was losing millions of dollars a year. Under CEO Paul Brown, Arby's has become one of the most successful...Show More Summary
The owner of Arby's will reportedly buy Buffalo Wild Wings for $2.9 billion https://t.co/8npjYIE8LZ pic.twitter.com/P7Hv1dxU6g — Business Insider (@businessinsider) November 28, 2017 Arby’s Acquiring Buffalo Wild Wings There’s a new restaurant acquisition underway. Roark Capital Group, the owners of Arby’s
Stocks opened broadly higher on Wall Street on Tuesday, and several companies were moving on deal news. Buffalo Wild Wings jumped 6.3% after agreeing to be acquired by Arby's. Emerson Electric was up 2.6% after withdrawing its bid for Rockwell Automation. RV maker Thor Industries soared 12.7% after...
Arby's is buying casual dining chain Buffalo Wild Wings in a deal worth about $2.4 billion. Arby's Restaurant Group Inc. said Tuesday that it will pay $157 per share. That's a 7% premium over Buffalo Wild Wings Inc.’s Monday closing price of $146.40. The companies put the transaction's value at...
(Reuters) - Arby's restaurant owner Roark Capital Group will buy Buffalo Wild Wings Inc for $2.4 billion, months after an activist investor won seats on the chicken wing restaurant's board following a proxy fight demanding management change. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Arby's said Tuesday that it had reached a deal to acquire Buffalo Wild Wings for $2.4 billion.
Once the deal closes Buffalo Wild Wings will become a privately held subsidiary of Arby’s and continue to operate as an independent brand.
Roark Capital Group, which owns Arby's and Cinnabon, has agreed to buy Buffalo Wild Wings for about $2.9 billion, according to a Bloomberg News report. The firm agreed pay $157 a share in cash for Buffalo Wild Wings, which is 34% above...Show More Summary
A Buffalo Wild Wings takeover has only a 50% chance of succeeding, UBS Analyst Dennis Geiger said. The wing chain has shown good fundamentals after it changed the price of its wings. See the company's stock price here. Though Wall Street...Show More Summary
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Buffalo Wild Wings popped more than 24% on reports of a takeover offer from Roark Capital Group. But the company's future isn't clear-cut, even if the takeover goes through. The price of chicken wings is at historic highs and is theShow More Summary