USA: Triarc sees Q2 domestic Arby sales up 3.9%
New York-based Triarc Companies, a holding firm and, through its subsidiaries, the franchisor of Arby's restaurants, has reported domestic comparative store results of Arby's up 3.9% year on year (4% year to date) in the Q2 2002. Arby's generated Q2 2002 EBITDA of US$15.5m, up 16% year on year. For the H1 2002, Arby's EBITDA increased 13% to US$29.3m.
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