He held the interim tag since March.
The menu classic dates back to 1968.
Nearly 500 locations are already on board.
Former Panera exec John Maguire is leaving to pursue another opportunity.
The September 18 event will be the first multistate strike in the U.S. specifically targeting sexual harassment, organizers say.
The bold redesign made a major impact in Year 1. But there's still plenty of room to grow.
The Tex-Mex brand closed 16 restaurants as it looks to pursue new growth opportunities.
The fan-favorite product returns for a limited time.
Even measured against last year's tough sales, August showed signs of optimism.
The Rick Bayless fast casual is poised for growth.
Timothy C. O’Hern was also the pizza chain's international president.
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The chain's first national campaign as NFL sponsor is all about the immersive experience.
It wasn't so long ago the fast casual was on a rapid growth path.
The pizza chain says the founder is 'promoting his self-interest at the expense of all others.'
From a more curated menu strategy to edgy promotions, the Mexican chain evolves with its fanbase in mind.
John Schnatter went all-in on the company in a letter to franchisees.
Guests can now order from the fast casual's app or website.
The pizza chain is mandating diversity training along with a new campaign.
The chain stopped selling salads at 3,000 restaurants in July.
There's still work to be done for the YUM! Brands giant.
Record-breaking promotions hint at a bright future.
Mike Rotondo, former CEO at Tropical Smoothie Cafe, is helping the 1,200-unit brand shift from a gifting focus into a gifting and treats brand.
Panera founder Ron Shaich will serve as chairman of the combined company.
More than 600 people reported getting sick at an Ohio location.
Wendy's said it will invest the money into growing its brand.
Sam Batt has 21 stores and counting, with no plans of slowing down.
Formerly Verts, the brand changed its name last November.
The brand is asking for an initial investment of just $10,000.
From menu to design to off-premises, this is the first such evolution since the brand opened its doors in 1989.