Ignite Restaurant Group, Inc.
Ignite Restaurant Group, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on June 6, 2017. Leading up to the event, Ignite displayed bottom quartile rankings across multiple financial metrics relative to industry peers. Notably, the restaurant owner reported anemic same-store sales, which in part reflected the weakness shown across the casual dining space.
This Bankruptcy Case Study provides important information that helps explain the increases in Ignite's financial risk over the last year or so. For example, its current ratio showed an incremental decline over the last five sequential quarters, a key liquidity measure for restaurant operators. However, there is more to the story of this food chain's downfall.
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