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Le Duff America, the Dallas-based affiliate of Groupe Le Duff, a world leader in the French bakery-café segment, continues executing its asset-light, French concept-focused growth strategy with the
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Just in time for the first Tennessee restaurant opening, Chopt Creative Salad Co. announced its partnership with DeMarco Murray of the Tennessee Titans.
Jollibee Foods Corporation now owns 85 percent of the fast casual.
In fast food’s accelerating value wars, Burger King remains an industry frontrunner. The chain reported impressive comparable same-store sales growth of 4.6 percent in the fourth quarter.
January froze some of the restaurant industry’s recent sales momentum, but it might not be time to sound the alarm just yet.
Dunkin’ Donuts fourth-quarter earnings Tuesday showed robust growth in its morning business.
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.
The fourth quarter at Chipotle witnessed $1.1 billion in sales with comp sales growth at 0.9 percent—a figure that was dragged down from 1.5 percent by deferred revenue from the company’s failed lo
Count Chipotle as the next major restaurant brand to see a lift from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Chipotle’s fourth-quarter report didn’t come with any CEO news. It did, however, show slightly better-than-expected sales thanks in large part to price hikes at established restaurants.
Once seen as Dallas–based Rave Restaurant Group’s chain of the future, Pie Five Pizza Co. released earnings today from yet another disappointing quarter.
Orangewood Partners and ABDD Capital announced they have formed a partnership and have acquired 24 Taco Bell Stores in the Greater Louisville market.
Dunkin’ Donuts reported fourth quarter and fiscal 2017 earnings Tuesday morning, just two days before its much-anticipated investor earnings day at Fenway Park in Boston.
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Wetzel’s Pretzels announced highlights and financial results for its fiscal year 2017 along with its outlook for fiscal year 2018.
Despite exceeding Wall Street expectations yet again Tuesday morning, McDonald’s doesn’t plan to sit back and let the earnings pile up.
With sales slowing in the U.S., the coffee giant will target afternoon customers, boost digital transactions, and focus on core offerings.
During Starbucks’ Q1 earnings call late Thursday, the company credited a slowdown in transaction costs to its holiday program, which was rolled out in mid-November.
Starbucks’ first-quarter sales and traffic failed to impress investors Thursday afternoon. Shares slipped about 4 percent in after-hours trading to $58.05. They closed the day at $60.55.
Some experts are calling it a 'win-win' for the restaurant industry, and the effects are already being felt for some brands.
As always, McDonald’s upcoming earnings report on January 30 will draw attention from investors and competitors around quick service.
Restaurant Brands International understands the importance of digital in the quick-service space.
Juice It Up!, one of the nation’s leading smoothie, raw juice bar and hand-crafted smoothie bowl chains, announced it ended its fiscal year 2017 with same store sales (SSS) up 4 percent and average
Fazoli’s announced its year-end achievements for 2017 with the signing of six new development agreements to develop a total of 15 new restaurants nationwide and the opening of five restaurants, mos
Hackers have struck the quick-service industry again.
Four trends that will have an impact on the bottom line in 2018 and beyond.