Jump to navigation
What a Trump Administration Means for Franchising
Now that Donald Trump has been elected, how much will his administration truly benefit business?
What to Do Now That the Overtime Rule was Blocked
While the controversial rule was delayed, quick-service operators would be wise to stay prepared.
Shaking the Salt
Amid new legislation in New York City, many brands are tinkering with recipes to cut back sodium—even though customers don’t particularly care.
Making an Exit
Whether retiring or moving on to new pursuits, the day will come when it’s time to sell your business. Here’s what you need to know.
Checking in on the EMV Migration
Following the liability shift, operators look to balance security and efficiency.
Off the Beaten Path
Nonbank lenders and crowdfunding sites give growing brands a number of finance options beyond the usual loan.
When Disaster Strikes
From Subway’s Jared Fogle problem to Chipotle’s E. coli and norovirus outbreaks, recent crises serve as a lesson in damage control.
Hiring immigrant workers can improve the operation and encourage workplace diversity, but operators must understand the legal and cultural nuances.
The EMV Evolution
As banks and consumers move to chip-protected credit cards to prevent fraud, operators must be ready to adapt.
Healthy Menu Hang-Ups
New dietary guidelines could motivate operators to retool their menus.
A Fast Casual's Guide to Selling Alcohol
Earlier this month, Starbucks ended its experiment with alcohol at all company-owned U.S. stores.
Project Juice Launches New Delivery Program
Project Juice, the fast-growing, certified organic cold-pressed juice and clean food company, has launched powerful new superfood snacks, teas, supple...
Restaurant Law Center Files Petition with Supreme Court
On Thursday, the Restaurant Law Center is leading the effort of asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case, National Restaurant Association, et al.
What is the Future of the Overtime Rule?
After a Texas district court placed an injunction that will halt the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule days before it was set to take effect, re...
Starbucks' Howard Schultz on Why He's Stepping Down
Starbucks named Kevin Johnson its new CEO, effective in April, as Howard Schultz will step down to focus on the brand’s Reserve Roasteries and Retail ...
Seattle Passes Historic Fair Workweek Law
In a historic vote, the Seattle City Council passed the country’s second comprehensive fair workweek law, giving tens of thousands in the city more in...
Jimmy John's One of 3 Brands Sold This Week
Roark Capital acquired a majority stake in sandwich concept Jimmy John’s, adding to the firm’s list of investments that includes Auntie Anne’s, Cinnab...
Wingstop Welcomes New General Counsel
Wingstop has announced the appointment of Darryl Marsch as senior vice president, general counsel and secretary, effective July 25.
NRA Testifies on Bureaucracy’s Burden on Business
On July 12, Jamie Richardson, White Castle System’s vice president of government, shareholder, and community relations and chairman of the Ohio Restau...
NC "Bathroom Bill" Prompts Restaurant Response
For the 18 years that Guglhupf Bakery, Café, and Restaurant has been open in Durham, North Carolina, founder and owner Claudia Cooper has sought to ru...
Subscribe to QSR
Health & Wellness
Back of House
In the Store
START TO FINISH: WHAT INSPIRES EXECS
Food & Beverage
Ingredients & Dayparts
Marc Halperin: Resident F&B Expert
Find a Supplier
Asian Box Begins Sourcing Sustainable Rice, Seafood
Four Foods Groups Acquires the Soda Shop
Slapfish Creator Introduces Two New Concepts
Lenten Specials Return to Church's Chicken
Quiznos Commits to Better Chicken Standards
Krystal Giving Money to Schools Around the Nation
Graeter’s Ice Cream Debuting Second Chicagoland Store
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit to Open New Georgia Location in 2018
Tropical Smoothie Cafe to Open 50th Michigan Location
Marco’s Pizza Helps Develop Food Cost Forecasting Tool