A recap of the Dine America conference!
The CFO of Marco’s Pizza, and presenter at this year’s Dine America conference, didn’t let the frozen credit market stop his growing franchise.
Why the Cinnabon president’s management style is making people take notice.
This Top Chef all star epitomizes America’s new, hip culinary culture.
Coke’s senior marketing manager, James Latimore, shares secrets for capturing the 13 billion servings you’re missing each year in off-premise beverage sales.
Bob Cutler, CEO of Creative Consumer Concepts, is speaking out against recent bans on toys in kids’ menus. He says this isn’t about business, it’s about basic rights.
The secret to Jason’s Deli’s success is its positive, family focused culture, says the company’s CEO Joe Tortorice.
Luther Lowe, who heads local business outreach at Yelp.com, tells you how to harness the site’s 11 million reviews to improve your restaurant.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen’s head chef, Amy Alarcón, dishes about menu innovations, competition, and overcoming the Popeyes Paradox.
Steve Phillips, president and CEO of Phillips Seafood Restaurants, lived through the destruction of the Chesapeake Bay, and he’s vowed not to sit by idling while the same thing happens in Asia.
Subway's director of development explains how the brand transformed into an international icon and which markets he's watching for the future.
Michael Jacobson, the executive director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, discusses what he has in his crosshairs for 2010.
Ideas for saving thousands in operations costs.
Since losing 245 pounds eating Subway sandwiches 10 years ago, Jared Fogle has made a full-time job out of leading consumers to the Subway Promised Land.
John Shaufelberger is making sure the King and his Whopper are properly introduced to consumers outside the U.S.