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In Howard Schultz's letter to Starbucks employees, he maps out the next changes in his transformation agenda.
Three more Dairy Queen franchisee associations joined the Michigan Dairy Queen Operators’ Association in its lawsuit against International Dairy Queen and American Dairy Queen.
POS terminals running Microsoft Windows operating systems drove $3.8 billion of the $5.56 billion North American retail POS terminal market in 2007, according to a new study by IHL Group.
The company announced today that its net income for the first quarter ended January 20 was $36.5 million.
Customers can create personal-sized, customized pizzas from a variety of toppings, including veggies, pepperoni, sausage and extra cheese.
In response to questions from customers and investors, CKE announced that it has not purchased meat from the recalled brands.
Donation to fund breast cancer education and free mammograms.
Daphne's signature FireFeta topping and spread is now available at 25 Costco Warehouse stores.
Daphne's has filed UFCOS in Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Texas,...
All of Chipotle’s naturally raised beef, pork, and chicken comes from animals that are humanely raised, never given antibiotics or added hormones, and fed a pure vegetarian diet.
New, healthier burger options are the base for the chain’s Lighter Options Menu.
Paul Kershisnik joined Wendy's in March 2007 as senior vice president of marketing strategy and innovation.
The company is bringing back the popular menu item because consumers have been e-mailing the fast-food chain to request its return.
NuRide, an incentive-based online ridesharing community, and Panera have partnered to provide a valuable offer from its "pick two" menu for commuters in the New York metro area who share rides.
Bruegger’s opens first airport location at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Several more to follow at other sites.
Cellfire found that use of mobile coupons increased 119 percent over the last six months.