Industry News

Revenues down 8.6% and systemwide sales down 9.57%. Accounting change leads to net loss of $1.91 per share.
The sixteen franchise groups that fall within the new group own 25% of U.S. Burger King stores.
Systemwide sales and same store sales take a big hit as revenues fall 2.7%; net loss posted for the quarter.
Jack lowers fiscal 2003 guidance by 4 cents-a-share.
Bombs explode outside two Pizza Huts and a Winners.
Systemwide sales up 2.1% but domestic comps down 2.7%.
The company’s first multi-brand stores with Hot Dog on a Stick opened.
Arby’s Market Fresh sandwiches drive same-store sales increase 4.6% in third quarter 2002.
Honorary celebrity chairman Jay Mohr kicks off campaign in Calabasas with the 200th store opening.
Charges amount to $1.5 million after taxes.
Carl’s Jr. posts slight gain; Hardee’s and La Salsa decline.
The Big Mac becomes the big drag on the stock market before opening bell.
KFC brand takes a big hit, offsetting small positive gains at Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.
U.S. investment group has asked for a revaluation of the purchase price.
Purchase of 25% of Pasta Pomodora complete.
Voters are not yet ready to let political correctness stir their morning java.