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Ruby Tuesday wasn't much of a "best idea for 2017," a post-merger Farmland Partners has laid fallow and avoiding Equifax after its data breach haircut was a mistake.
Denny's, Red Robin and Luby's have had their issues, but at least the first two could make for acquisition targets.
Zoe's Kitchen, Cracker Barrel and Fiesta Restaurant Group are among names that could draw the interest of potential acquirers.
The money-losing restaurant chain was unable to command much of a price from intended buyer NRD Capital, and with good reason.
The Dow, the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 all reached new record highs even though drug stocks were under pressure following comments by President Trump.
See, Millennials haven't ruined everything. There are some pretty good fast casual deals!
Small-cap restaurant chains in particular are down for the year to date despite some recent upticks.
Some of the big names are doing well, but it has been a struggle for many others, include Ruby Tuesday.
Bob Evans Farms and Kulicke & Soffa were among the first-half winners, while Ruby Tuesday and Fitbit were big disappointments.
The price may not seem ridiculous given a company of Panera's quality, but this is not the environment to be overpaying for restaurants.
Real estate concern Leon Capital has taken a 9.5% position in the struggling restaurant chain and entered into a confidentiality agreement with it.
The announcement it will explore "strategic alternatives" indicates the struggling restaurant operator's days in its current form are numbered.
Stocks move lower on Tuesday in low-volume trading as Fed members convene for their two-day meeting and blizzard conditions in New York stifle activity.
Whether it's burritos, wings or 'endless salad,' restaurant investors beware.
Shares of the restaurant chain -- my Best Idea for 2017 -- fell nearly 25% at week's end on weak second-quarter results.
The casual-restaurant chain admittedly is ugly, but has been beaten down beyond what it deserves.
Shares of these companies have been value destroyers
Whether a name change to CoreCivic will affect public perceptions about the for-profit jailer remains to be seen.
Negative data continues to point to difficulties in the land of eateries.
Stocks hold lower after the September jobs report shows fewer jobs added to the U.S. economy than expected.
For the week of October 3, the start of the fourth quarter, investors will get the September labor report and a slew of major earnings reports.
It may be a second-tier brand, but it is still a profitable one that also happens to be asset-rich.
The gourmet burger chain's stock is ahead of itself and priced for near-perfection in a sector that is overvalued.
The struggling casual dining chain is just begging for activist involvement.
Shares of Ruby Tuesday were lower Wednesday following news that the CEO has stepped down.
Bayer has agreed to purchase Monsanto for $66 billion, or $128 a share, a 20% premium over its previous closing price.