Say goodbye to soggy fries forever.
Higher prices and less discounting continue to define the chain environment.
A menu dedicated to vegetarians is on deck for this coming year, as are other exciting changes.
The company continues to battle with an activist investor.
The cupcake franchise is facing lawsuits from franchisees.
New VP of digital marketing and technology Alan Magee shares how a consumer-centric approach is fueling the 66-year-old brand.
For very different reasons, the two chains carry plenty of promise into the New Year.
Dunkin's Donut Fries were one of its most popular launches ever.
Challenges await operators across the country.
Taco Cabana, Pollo Tropical begin searching for a permanent replacement.
Church's and Texas Chicken are preparing to launch their first global brand positioning in company history.
The industry is constantly changing. And few, if any, embraced innovation more than the legacy chain.
The top chains are going up in brand value.
Savvy menu engineering is separating the winners from pretenders.
Data shows there's room for the fast-casual leader to grow its average check.
Fiesta announced the completion of its 'Strategic Renewal Plan.'
The largest Chinese food chain in the country continues to help shape American Chinese food culture.
These brands, big and small, old and upstart, are ready for the big time.
The burger chain said a sale is not certain.
This coming year promises to be a transformative one for the java giant.
The revamped leadership began with CEO Brian Niccol's appointment in March.
The fast-food chain is launching a new Cravings Value Menu December 27.
Millennials are the No. 1 critics of payment technology.
It took close to 300 employees to staff this showstopper location.
The undertaking has been nearly two years in the making.
Pizza chain calls it the 'gold standard in loyalty.'
Innovation for differentiation will separate the winners this coming year and beyond.
The off-premises surge is shifting the sales picture, and will for years to come.
The $2.3 billion deal makes Inspire the fifth largest restaurant company in the U.S.
Glassdoor's annual rankings put the burger chain No. 3 overall.