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Red Robin’s CEO search is over, and it’s not being sold, either.
Red Robin’s recent slide could sit on the shoulders of a few different issues.
Red Robin announced it has appointed Tom G. Conforti, G.J. Hart, and David A. Pace as new independent directors, effective immediately.
Red Robin said it is carefully reviewing a proposal from Vintage Capital Management, LLC to acquire all of the burger chain’s outstanding stock for $40 per share in cash.
Red Robin’s management voluntarily closed a restaurant in Westminster, Colorado, this week after an adult and two children tested positive for the bacteria E. coli.
Activist investor Vintage Capital, which holds 1.5 million shares or about 12 percent of Red Robin's stock, has offered to buy the remaining 88 percent of the struggling burger chain.
Red Robin announced that its Board of Directors unanimously adopted a short-term shareholder rights plan following the Board’s evaluation and consultation with the company’s advisers.
The mall concern at Red Robin isn’t exactly new, but it appears to be coming to a head.