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NEW YORK — Family business, a family-owned business, that had been on a life-or-death spiral for more years, has finally been rescued with $5 billion in cash infusion, the company said Tuesday.
Its turnaround came on the heels of an infusion of nearly $5.6 billion into its operations that was completed last week.
The investment came from the family of the late Warren Buffett, who founded the family’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Buffett died in 2017, leaving behind his wife, Alice, and son, Billy.
The investment will give the family control over its remaining assets.
The family said it expects to report first-quarter earnings on Wednesday.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to invest in our family business, our first major investment since it entered the bankruptcy system nearly seven years ago,” Alice Buffett said in a statement.
“With the support of our friends and family, we are confident that we will be able to get back to where we want to be.”
The business, called Mottos Pizza, was founded by Buffett and his wife in the 1960s.
The restaurant closed in 2011.
The couple closed up shop and moved to a smaller, more luxurious restaurant in New Jersey.
In recent years, Motts family business has been in the process of transitioning from a family business to a privately held company.
Since 2013, the family has sold its stake in the business to its daughter, Anna, who also manages the company.
The sale was finalized in September 2017.
After Motto was acquired by Motti Enterprises, its financial statements were made public.
It filed for bankruptcy protection in September 2018.