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Trian Fund Management, owned by billionaire investor Nelson Peltz said Tuesday that its Triarc would be a "natural, strategic buyer" for Wendy's International, which has said it will explore selling itself.
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Stocks closed slightly lower as investors focused on rising oil prices and fluctuating interest rates. "Prices for crude oil are not really moving up as much as they are being pulled up by gasoline," said Stephen Schork, editor of The Schork Report. "Specifically, there's the persistent fear in the market that there is not going to enough gasoline to get us through the season."
Will Alcoa be acquired?; FedEx gets downgraded - does the U.S. economy go with it?; Wendy's puts itself up for sale.Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.
Wendy's International said Monday its special board committee, which was reviewing its strategic options, has concluded it will explore a possible sale of the hamburger chain. Wendy's , which also lowered its 2007 earnings forecast, had said in April it would weigh options to boost strategic value, including a possible sale.
The chain said all of its domestic restaurants are now serving trans-fat free biscuits and French fries with one gram of trans fat per serving.
Ice cream maker Cold Stone Creamery and fast-food operator Kahala will combine to form a holding company they hope will be able to compete with private equity firms for a greater share of the fast-food sector.
The largest institutional shareholder of Wendy's International is urging the hamburger chain to sell itself to the highest bidder, the Wall Street Journal reported on its Web site on Friday.
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Demand for premium burgers like the Texas Double Whopper and Angus Cheesy Bacon sandwich and a cheaper breakfast menu helped Burger King Holdings post a better-than-expected quarterly profit, sending its shares up nearly 8%.
Wendy's International, which has been working to turn around its chain of hamburger restaurants, said on Wednesday it was reviewing strategic options to boost shareholder value, including a possible sale of the company.
Wendy's International, the No. 3 U.S. hamburger chain, said it hired former Wal-Mart Stores Treasurer Jay Fitzsimmons as chief financial officer.
David Palmer, senior restaurant analyst at UBS, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” that McDonald’s rode its solid brand name and competitive positioning to strong first quarter earnings.The world’s largest restaurant chain reported first quarter 2007 earnings of 62 cents a share, beating the consensus estimate by five cents. “The management is very good,” Palmer said Friday. “These guys are gaining market share rapidly in the U.S. and Europe – and there’s nothing special going on in terms of the industry.”
Is America's health craze is officially over? McDonald's is field-testing its massive new Angus Third Pounder sandwich. CNBC's Jane Wells reported -- burger in hand.
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Wendy's International reported a 90% drop in fourth-quarter net profit due to losses at the recently-sold Baja Fresh brand and costs for employee compensation and the burger chain's planned breakfast menu.
Fast-food chain Burger King Holdings said it started testing in its restaurants several trans-fat free cooking oils and plans to roll one out nationwide in late 2008.
Wendy's International said sales at company-owned restaurants open at least 15 months rose 3.1% in the fourth quarter, helped by demand for the chain's new Double Melt cheeseburgers.
Wendy's International has been an innovator of the fast food business for years. It was the first to introduce salads for customers who were looking to eat healthier. It was also the first to have a drive thru for customers on-the-go. On today’s Closing Bell – Kerri Anderson, Wendy’s President & CEO explained what Wendy’s is doing to meet customer needs, today.