FAT Burger Hopes Offering a Dividend Sells Its Reg A+ Deal

A fast casual dining restaurant chain plans to be the first issuer to offer a dividend as a means to sell investors on its Regulation A+ public offering. FAT Brands, which owns the FAT Burger and Buffalo’s Cafe casual restaurant franchises, announced on August 3 it is working exclusively with Tripoint Global Securities to qualify a Tier 2 offering with the hopes of raising $20 million.

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Chicken Soup Maker Cooks Up Media Offering

Self-help book publishing guru Chicken Soup for the Soul has turned itself into a video entertainment company and plans to expand through a Regulation A offering with plans to list on Nasdaq’s Global Market.