Restaurants can—and should—be collecting and analyzing customer data in real-time.
The chain is cutting its combos in half.
The fried chicken chain is now in the process of evaluating results and customer feedback.
Emerging concepts explore the pros and cons.
A former Bloomin' Brands exec is taking over as interim CEO.
The chain will still complete orders with its own drivers.
The former Arby's president is a proven marketing and turnaround leader.
How to win your slice of the $46 billion pie.
These options take the classic dish up a notch.
The growing brand was co-founded by the actual 11th Earl of Sandwich.
Schnatter, who once controlled 30 percent of Papa John’s, now only holds about 5.4 million shares.
José Andrés’ growing group has been an early adopter of technology.
The salad chain expects to open 20 new locations by the end of 2019.
Quick-serve brands explore new early pay tools that help employee recruitment and retention.
The elevated chain relies on tried-and-true classics to support its success around Austin, Texas, and beyond.
The problem is avoidable with simple procedures.
Facing an array of challenges in the quick-service game, Jimmy John’s tries something truly unusual for the 36-year-old brand: change.
The booming trend does have its setbacks.
Quick-service brands today are increasingly focused on new tech-enabled opportunities.
The summer LTO was one of its most-popular deals ever.
There are several ways to restore credibility.
With a saturated build-your-own market, here’s how pizza brands are differentiating themselves from competitors.
The rule will not affect existing locations.
Why today’s students could be a boon for tomorrow’s business.
The company's chief development officer on the benefits of franchising.
Freddy’s COO and cofounder Scott Redler details how the company has modernized even as it serves a healthy dose of timeless Americana.
Here are a few tips to help keep your staff safe and looking great.
The pizza giant continues to evolve to stay ahead of competition, including third party.
How brands can prepare themselves for the worst.