Industry News

The restaurant will host a pre-opening fundraiser to benefit St. Christopher's School Parents Association on April 30.
Seven months after declaring a company goal of 500 stores by 2010, Marco's Pizza CEO explains his company's new strategy.
The restaurant will sell three Chicken Soft Tacos for $2.09 on Thursdays.
A string of three store openings will solidify the restaurant's presence in the Chicago area.
Net earning are down half a million dollars from last year.
Each Happy Meal will come with one of eight CDs with four hit Kidz Bop songs on it.
The nationwide promotion featured eight pieces of Popeyes chicken for $4.99.
"If more bells and whistles mean consumers and merchants will be charged higher fees, restaurateurs are not on board," says a representative from the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association.
The newest location will stay open until 3 a.m. on weekends to accommodate record crowds.
The chain's rebranding initiative will emphasize a gourmet experience for customers.
About 16,000 homes will host free Domino's house parties to ring in the new menu item.
Jude Thompson will step into his new roles today; John Schnatter will continue as the brand's CEO.
Scooters symbolize Quiznos' new slogan: "Move Swiftly With a Clear Purpose ... Do It Today."
"We are very pleased with our first quarter," says the restaurant's co-CEO.
The grand opening event raised more than $5,000 for the Humane Society of Greater Miami Adopt-A-Pet.
The federal funding given to schools to purchase fresh produce "has been a real win for our industry."