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The experts who speculated at FSTEC about restaurant technology's direction definitely saw some curves ahead.

Tesla is looking to make restaurants a part of its business plan, and that was only one of the revelations from FSTEC's first day.

The venerable budget-steakhouse brands will become sister concepts of Fatburger.

Breaking the numbers into small increments can help operators set realistic goals, Advice Guy says.

The three-brand company said it intends to use the new mini IPO format.

Not all the big leaks this week came from Washington. Chipotle, McDonald's and Starbucks had a few doozies, too.

The industry's dominant chain posted a second-quarter jump in same-store sales on the strength of simultaneously discounting and going high end.

The upscale restaurant market has its celebrity chefs, but the limited-service sector is giving rise to a group of marquee-name investors whose very interest tends to anoint their holdings as likely successes.

Bobby's Burger Palace intends to raise $15 million through a "mini IPO."

L Catterton has invested in the fun-and-games concept, promising to intensify competition in the emerging segment.