*Wendy's launches $850 mln share buyback on Wednesday. June 3- Hamburger chain Wendy's Co will buy back $1.4 billion of shares, including $211 million from Nelson Peltz's Trian Group, its largest shareholder, in its biggest repurchase program. Wendy's shares rose as much as 5.5 percent to an over seven-year high of $11.71 on Wednesday.» Read More
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