Red Robin Heads East

I f and when gourmet hamburger chain Red Robin International decides to turn itself into a publicly-held company, few Wall Street investors will be able to resist the lure of its compelling investment story.

How come? Part of the reason involves this company’s risen-from-the-dead corporate history. Red Robin limped along under foreign ownership for much of its 32-year existence, but this 171-unit casual dining chain has gone on a long winning streak since president and c.e.o. Mike Sny

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