Technology has increasingly become a more vital part of every restaurant—from POS systems that track in-store sales, to kiosks and tablets that make the ordering process easier and to digital menu
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As chief executive officer Nigel Travis pointed out during Thursday’s (April 26) first-quarter earnings release, Dunkin’ Donuts is one of the fastest growing retail brands in the country.
When the food-truck movement exploded in the early 2010s, Bridgett Blough was living in the Bay Area and experienced first-hand how trucks could both create a sense of community and also allow chef
Mission No. 1 for Chipotle’s newly minted CEO: Make the brand visible.
Brian Niccol’s debut earnings report as Chipotle’s chief executive officer turned out to be a Wall Street-busting one.
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Burger King was an early trailblazer in the fast-food delivery movement.
A “small group of dissident franchisees” have dragged Tim Hortons through the mud in recent months, and Restaurant Brands International is tired of it.