The National Restaurant Association and Dunkin’ Brands Group jointly announced today that Cicely Simpson will join the association as its new executive vice president of government affairs an
The Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association (RLPSA) is hosting a free one-day workshop focused on crime activity against quick-service and casual dining restaurants, as well as other
Quick-serve operators wrestle with menuboard optimization in light of new calorie-labeling rules.
Del Taco Holdings Inc., the second largest Mexican-American quick-service chain by units in the United States, operating restaurants under the name Del Taco, and Levy Acquisition Corp.
Health-care reporting provisions take effect for small businesses in January.
Restaurant Brands International Inc. announced its new executive leadership team and Board of Directors.
Talk of menu labeling has swirled around the industry since 2010, with the passage of section 4205 of the Affordable Care Act.
In today’s debates on health, wages, and other issues, parties outside the restaurant industry are trying to influence the national discussion.
Sonic Drive-In, the nation’s largest chain of drive-in restaurants, announced the promotions of Paige Bass and Anita Vanderveer.
California Supreme Court limits employment claims against franchisors.
The International Franchise Association’s new network unites franchisees to advocate for and defend the franchise business model.
Taxes, immigration, wages, and other issues that affect restaurant operations have been at the center of political campaigns across the country.
Miami-based burger giant merges with Canadian brand Tim Hortons to spur global growth.
The franchise business model could be in for a shake up if last week's joint-labor ruling regarding McDonald's holds up through the appeal process.
How embracing and optimizing unit economics can create investment grade franchises.
Dippin’ Dots Franchising LLC, the franchising arm of the flash-frozen ice cream maker Dippin’ Dots, announced that it has acquired snack franchisor Doc Popcorn.
New York’s highest court has upheld a lower court’s decision to overturn the 2012 ban on the sale of sugar-sweetened drinks larger than 16 ounces.
Three business decisions every aspiring restaurateur should know.
While bankruptcy has its pitfalls, restaurant companies are increasingly finding that it also provides an opportunity for a fresh start.
People Report, a TDN2K (Transforming Data Into Knowledge) company, released in partnership with Castlight Health the results of an extensive study looking into the impact of health-care reform
Foodservice operators struggle with new healthcare legislation.
Experts weigh in on two latest quick serves to file for bankruptcy.
The news these days should remind operators why training is a critical component to everyday business.
Quiznos today announced that its senior lenders have voted overwhelmingly in favor of a “pre-packaged” restructuring plan that will reduce the company’s debt by more than $400 mil
The National Restaurant Association issued the following statement regarding the Immigration Reform Standards released during this week's
Sun Capital Partners Inc., a private investment firm specializing in leveraged buyouts and investments in market-leading companies, announced that an affiliate has completed the sale of Captain D&r