Wendy`s Co (WEN) falls 1.19% to Close at $23.32 on January 14

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Wendy`s Co - Class A (NASDAQ: WEN) shares fell 1.19%, or $0.28 per share, to close Friday at $23.32. After opening the day at $23.51, shares of Wendy`s Co fluctuated between $23.64 and $23.07. 1,852,964 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 2,024,478. Friday's activity brought Wendy`s Co’s market cap to $5,145,194,954.

Wendy`s Co is headquartered in Dublin, Ohio..

About Wendy`s Co - Class A

Wendy's® was founded in 1969 by Dave Thomas in Columbus, Ohio. Dave built his business on the premise, "Quality is Our Recipe®," which remains the guidepost of the Wendy's system. Wendy's is primarily engaged in the business of operating, developing and franchising a system of distinctive quick-service restaurants serving high quality food. The Wendy's Company is committed to doing the right thing and making a positive difference in the lives of others. Today, Wendy's and its franchisees operate more than 6,800 restaurants worldwide with a vision of becoming the world's most thriving and beloved restaurant brand.

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