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Arby's Is Buying Buffalo Wild Wings For More Than $2.4 Billion

The private equity firm behind Arby's says it will take Buffalo Wild Wings private and continue to operate it as an independent brand.

Arby's is fond of touting "We have the meats" — and soon, the company will have a lot more chicken, as it has announced a deal to buy Buffalo Wild Wings for more than $2.4 billion in cash.

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