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March 19, 2013
10:02 EDTWENWendy's announces long-term agreement with Eljuri Group in Ecuador
The Wendy's Company announced a long-term agreement with The Eljuri Group to develop 20 Wendy's restaurants in Ecuador. Eljuri expects to open its first two Wendy's locations in 2013 in Guayaquil, a coastal city with a population of 2.3 million people.
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September 18, 2014
18:25 EDTWENOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
HIGHER: Concur (CNQR), up 19.5% after SAP (SAP) announced that it will acquire the company for $129 per share... Navidea Biopharmaceuticals (NAVB), up 9.8% after confirming FDA orphan designation for Lymphoseek... Molycorp (MCP), up 6.1% after Oaktree Capital reported a 9.1% passive stake in the company... JetBlue (JBLU), up 4.6% following CEO transition announcement... Wendy's (WEN), up 2.15% after Trian reported a 24.39% stake in the company... Sears Holdings (SHLD), up 2.6% after Fairholme Capital reported a 24% stake in the company... AMD (AMD), up 1% after announcing that it expanded an IP partnership with Synopsys (SNPS). DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: Red Hat (RHT), down 3%... Oracle (ORCL), down 2.4% following first quarter earnings miss and CEO transition... Tibco Software (TIBX), down 5.5%. ALSO LOWER: Quest Resource (QRHC), down 13.4% after filing an automatic common stock and warrant shelf... Eagle Rock (EROC), down 4.5% after filing to sell 53.34M common units for limited partners... Chatham Lodging (CLDT), down 3.3% after filing to sell 5M shares of common stock... Glu Mobile (GLUU), down 2.3% after filing to sell 9.98M shares of common stock for holders... Blackstone Mortgage (BXMT), down 1.6% after filing to sell 8M shares of common stock.
17:19 EDTWENTrian reports 24.39% stake in Wendy's
September 5, 2014
06:33 EDTWENHundreds arrested following protests over fast food wages, NY Times says
Nearly 500 protestors seeking a $15 per hour wage for fast food workers were arrested in sit-ins yesterday, organizers of the sit-ins told The New York Times. Some home care aides, recruited by the Service Employees International Union, jointed the protests, the newspaper stated. Fast food companies include McDonald's (MCD), Burger King (BKW), Wendy's (WEN), Jack in the Box (JACK), and Sonic Corporation (SONC).Reference Link

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