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    6.79-0.17 (-2.44%)

    at Fri, Jan 27, 2023, 3:54PM EST - U.S. markets closed

    Nasdaq Real Time Price

    • Open 6.96
    • High 6.96
    • Low 6.69
    • Prev. Close 6.96
    • 52 Wk. High 11.50
    • 52 Wk. Low 4.73
    • P/E N/A
    • Mkt. Cap 111.52M
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  3. FAT Brands Inc.

    FAT Brands (NASDAQ: FAT) is a leading global franchising company that strategically acquires, markets, and develops fast-casual, quick-service, casual dining, and polished casual dining concepts around the world.

    • Buffalo's Cafe

      Why Buffalo’s? WHERE EVERYONE IS FAMILY. Established in...

    • Hurricane

      Hurricane Grill & Wings works hard to bring you that easy...

    • Elevation Burger

      Elevation Burger’s mission is to change the world, one...

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    • Johnny Rockets

      Why Johnny Rockets? Good times, good eats. Founded on the...

  4. FAT Brands - Wikipedia

    FAT Brands is an American multi-brand restaurant operator headquartered in Beverly Hills, California . History [ edit] FAT Brands began as a holding company for Fatburger in 2017, gaining a chairman in Ed Rensi. On August 13, 2020, Johnny Rockets was acquired by FAT Brands for $25 million. [2]

  5. FAT Brands Inc. (FAT) Stock Price, News, Quote & History - Yahoo Finance U.S. markets closed +44.21(+1.10%) Dow 30 33,949.41 +205.57(+0.61%) Nasdaq 11,512.41 +199.06(+1.76%) Russell 2000...

  6. FAT Brands Completes Acquisition of Global Franchise Group

    The Company currently owns nine restaurant brands: Fatburger, Johnny Rockets, Buffalo’s Cafe, Buffalo’s Express, Hurricane Grill & Wings, Elevation Burger, Yalla Mediterranean and Ponderosa and Bonanza Steakhouses, and franchises approximately 700 units worldwide. For more information, please visit

  7. New Chief Growth Officer at FAT Brands Says More Co-branding ...

    A tri-brand combination of Fatburger, Buffalo’s Express and Hot Dog on a Stick opened in Los Angeles in November. Knowing what’s offered from among FAT’s 17 brands and touting the ability to combine them is a priority for Theisen, as locations with multiple brands are being encouraged.

  8. Fat Brands says its CEO is under investigation

    It says Fog Cutter owed Fat Brands $38.7 million as of September 2020. It also argues that Fog Cutter forgave the loans to Wiederhorn, just before Fat Brands merged with the investment firm. The lawsuit says the merger left Fat Brands deep in debt and with a “going concern warning” from its auditors. A judge in Delaware allowed the lawsuit ...

  9. After M&A Moves, FAT Brands Finds Next Act | QSR magazine

    FAT Brands opened a record 125 restaurants in 2022. For FAT Brands, 2022 was an organic growth story. The multi-brand company, owner of 17 concepts, opened a record 125 restaurants last year, and that’s despite supply chain, permitting, and equipment delays. If not for those obstacles, the parent concept could’ve reached upward of 135–140 debuts.

  10. FAT Brands CEO Under Investigation: Report | QSR magazine

    FAT Brands was one of 2021’s busiest restaurant groups. FAT Brands CEO Andy Wiederhorn, as well as a family member, are being investigated by federal authorities as part of an inquiry into allegations of securities and wire fraud, money laundering, and attempted tax evasion, per a Los Angeles Times report published Friday.