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Portillo’s Hot Dogs, the suburban Chicago chain that’s pushed the city’s street food culture through hot dogs and Italian beef sandwiches, is planning an initial public offering between $2.5 billion to $3 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal. The IPO should take place by year’s end.

Now at 68 locations, the chain was founded in 1963 and built a rabid following with tourists flocking to the Downtown Chicago flagship in River North, and locals fiercely lobbying the chain to open a location near them. Beyond the Midwest — where the chain has locations in Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota,

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Zevia PBC, a beverage company that makes zero-calorie and zero-sugar beverages with “clean” ingredients, has filed to go public.

The Encino, Calif.-based company plans to list class A shares on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “ZVIA.”

Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, BofA Securities and Morgan Stanley are the lead underwriters in a syndicate of six banks. The company expects to use the proceeds of the IPO for working capital and other general corporate purposes.

Once the deal closes, Zevia, which started as a Public Benefit Corporation, will reorganize into a holding company through a UP-C process that

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Olo, which makes online ordering software for restaurants, saw shares soar 39% in its public market debut on Wednesday.

The company priced shares at $25 per share, raising about $450 million at a valuation of $3.6 billion. The stock closed on Wednesday at $34.75 per share. Olo had initially said that its target price was $16 to $18 per share, before raising it to $20 to $22 per share on Monday. The stock is trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “OLO.”

“For us, we are so well known within the restaurant industry but so unknown outside

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