Taco Bell continues to innovate at the dollar price point and beyond, this time showing two is sometimes even better than one.
Attention taco and NBA fans alike, the NBA finals presented by YouTube TV just got even better.
In the latest round of value wars, everyone is scrambling to carve out their own niche.
Trinity Capital, a boutique investment banking firm specializing in the restaurant and food service segments, announced the firm assisted Burgerbusters, Inc., a large operator of 117 Taco Bell rest
The Taco Bell Foundation announced Tuesday that it is doubling Live Más Scholarships
in its third year, awarding $3 million to
Taco Bell has once again increased the power of the dollar with the introduction of the new $1 Triple Melt Burrito and $1 Triple Melt Nachos, available now in restaurants nationwide.
Don’t assume Gen Z is a younger iteration of millennials. The demographic is ready to make a different—and possibly larger—impact on the restaurant industry.
Beginning this May, Taco Bell tortilla chips are rolling out to grocery and convenience stores around the country.
From day one on the job, Taco Bell employees can gain access to the benefits.
Brands once again turn to value menus to attract customers. But is it still the best strategy?
YUM! Brands made a power move in fast food’s delivery wars Thursday. The parent company of Taco Bell, KFC, and Pizza Hut announced an expansive U.S.
Orangewood Partners and ABDD Capital announced they have formed a partnership and have acquired 24 Taco Bell Stores in the Greater Louisville market.
Riding high after a successful 2017, Taco Bell plans to continue to capitalize on its fandom and innovate in 2018.
On January 15, the Taco Bell Foundation opened the Live Más Scholarship for the third year.
Taco Bell promised it would play a leading role in fast-food’s accelerating value wars. The chain just took its first swing of 2018.
Yum China Holdings Inc., and Taco Bell Corp., the world’s largest Mexican-inspired restaurant chain, today announced the opening of two new restaurants in Shanghai, China.
The Mexican chain is making a major digital investment in 2018.
Taco Bell’s expansion with drive-thru free restaurants is continuing its spread across the US with the first Cantina to open in Southern California.
The value wars are about to heat up in a major way.
Taco Bell announced today that Melissa Lora, president of Taco Bell International, will be retiring in the summer of 2018 after 31 years with the company.
This year, Taco Bell brought back its “Steal a Base, Steal a Taco” promotion for a second year to celebrate the World Series.
Trinity Capital, a Los Angeles-based boutique investment firm, announced the successful completion of the sale of 57 Taco Bell restaurants for OCAT, LLC, a Modesto, California-based, 50-year Taco B
Taco Bell isn’t exactly a restaurant chain that lacks brand appeal.
The thriving chain reinforces a culture built around speed by recognizing great performers and measuring actual throughput.
Taco Bell plans to open between 300 and 350 “Cantina” locations by 2022, bringing its alcohol-focused concept to urban areas around the country.
From free coffee to education benefits, quick-service restaurants can promote longevity by investing in their employees.
Taco Bell will open at least 100 new locations each in China, Brazil, Canada, and India during the next five years in an effort to boost the brand’s store count by more than 30 percent.
Consumer demand for convenience boosts mobile apps, kiosk tech at the major quick serves.
Taco Bell’s road to 100,000 new jobs is ready to get started.