Industry News

National Restaurant Association Solutions announced yesterday the winners of the seventh annual National ProStart Invitational.
PETA president Ingrid E. Newkirk has written a letter to Triarc executives urging the company to move Wendy's away from using eggs from caged birds.
The new MPLS network links about 150 branches and money rooms with redundant communications access to data centers in Dallas and Denver so that no data traffic traverses the public Internet.
The new Del Inferno sauce is almost three times hotter than any of the sauces offered by Del Taco’s nearest competitors.
The company partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation to feature fun activities that show youngsters how they can help protect the environment.
The technology is useful for digital signage, commercial, and consumer video distribution.
The company, along with The DAISY Foundation, is offering nurses a free Cinnabon Classic Roll when they show their healthcare ID May 5-11, 2008.
Tomorrow the Live Lightly Tour will make a stop at Kahala headquarters and educate participants about sustainability.
The first 100 friends at every Shane’s on May 17 will each receive a free half rack of baby back ribs and a free large Coca-Cola Zero.
As of May 1, qualifying AT&T high speed Internet and Wi-Fi customers will have complimentary Wi-Fi access at more than 7,000 Starbucks locations nationwide.
After two failed attempts, Triarc will purchase Wendy's for $2.34 billion.
Just three years after the first Pinkberry took Los Angeles by storm, the company celebrates the grand opening of its 50th location at Fashion Island in Newport Beach, California.
City mayor Mick Cornett is partnering with the company to help the city lose a million pounds.
Celebrity Chef Hope Cohen created the menu item as part of Saladworks' signature series.
Three franchisee groups plan to open 150 new restaurants in the city, selling out Phoenix.
The BK City game is supported by a variety of national carriers and available exclusively for download by texting “KING” to 90210 for a monthly subscription fee of $2.99.