Subway is selling itself to the parent company of Dunkin'. Roark Capital says it's buying the struggling company, ending the fast-food sandwich chain's more than five decades of family ownership. Subway closed more than 570 stores last year and shut down more than 16-hundred in 2020. Subway publicly launched its sale process in February, originally asking $10-billion. There's no word yet on how much Roark is paying. Roark owns more than a dozen restaurant chains, including Dunkin', Baskin-Robbins, Sonic, Arby's, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Jimmy John's.