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With sales improving a year after bankruptcy, the company is looking to add another concept.
The once high-growth chain is an example of what happens when restaurant systems don’t focus on operator health, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
Consumers will pay 10 cents to 20 cents more per cup of brewed coffee, though the prices on the chain's other beverages remain the same.
Same-store sales were flat for the month, and traffic continued to decline.
The company’s U.S. business is changing its field structure as part of planned cost-saving efforts.
The company’s new Chicago headquarters is a symbol of the chain’s shift in a new direction.
The mall operator Simon Property Group intends to convert the retail spaces into entertainment complexes.
The fast casual hopes to reverse its plunge with a set of strategic initiatives.
Weak sales and poor stock performance are conspiring to create another dry spell for restaurant IPOs, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
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