Some casual-dining brands are switching their operation model and increasing liquidity as they chart through several unknowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three months after announcing the exploration of strategic alternatives, Bloomin’ Brands is not ready to sell—a
Bloomin’ Brands, the parent company of Outback Steakhouse, announced Thursday a restructuring of leadership, including two executives departing and Elizabeth Smith stepping down as executive chairm ...
Activist investor Jana Partners announced Monday in a filing that it will nominate two people to the Bloomin’ Brands eight-member board of directors, and a third, if it’s an option. ...
Bloomin’ Brand’s decision to explore strategic alternatives, including a possible sale of the comp
Bloomin’ Brands has put itself up for sale, the company announced Wednesday morning during its third-quarter review.
Outback hinted in August that Tuesday’s news was coming. But you really have to stretch back further to understand why it’s not just another delivery announcement.
Be wary of “the drug of discounting.” That’s the message from Bloomin’ Brands chief executive officer David Deno.
Aussie Grill, a fast-casual concept from Bloomin’ Brands, operator of Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s, Bonefish, and Fleming's, is expected to open in April.
Bloomin’ Brands chief executive officer Liz Smith is confident the momentum Bloomin’ Brands—especially with Outback Steakhouse—has gained over the past eight quarters will continue in 201 ...