Two years since launching its national expansion campaign,
The cupcake franchise is facing lawsuits from franchisees.
Hungry Howie’s Pizza celebrates the new year by announcing exceptional same store sales growth for almost 9 consecutive years with an increase of 5.15 percent in sales compared to 2017.
For very different reasons, the two chains carry plenty of promise into the New Year.
Restaurant industry veteran Tim Casey has been named president and CEO of Rego Restaurant Group—the fast-casual restaurant platform backed by High Bluff Capital Partners that includes Quiznos and T
The industry is constantly changing. And few, if any, embraced innovation more than the legacy chain.
The small pizza company is ready for a nationwide takeover.
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.'
This coming year promises to be a transformative one for the java giant.
Jollibee Foods Corporation and Smashburger announced key senior management changes reflecting the anticipated synergies between the two entities predicated on JFC's newly acquired majority interest
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.
RB American Group LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Flynn Restaurant Group LP, announced that it has acquired 368 Arby’s restaurants throughout the U.S.
Church's Chicken, the global fried chicken brand that is in the midst of a dramatic turnaround, is bringing even more talent to the brand's marketing department.
The health-forward brand joins the company's growing portfolio.
Promising young concepts attract investors, but how do they stay true to the original mission?
Members of Dunkin's DD Perks loyalty program were impacted by the breach.
The 2,400-unit burger chain started talks with potential buyers.
The fast-food leader is giving franchisees more time to update to the Experience of the Future redesign.
The pizza chain's stock fell on the news.
Cava says the Zoës brand will remain intact for the “foreseeable future.”
Industry deals are challenging the chain's transactions.
Restructured lease agreements without franchise input could damage the chain's revenue stream, the association claims.
The layoffs are a result of the company's ongoing reorganization initiative.
Sales are up. So is check growth.
No deal is assured as the 1,400-unit pizza chain conducts a 'a formal review of all strategic alternatives.'