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The company says it is exploring strategic alternatives and has talked with buyers.
Creation of the National Owners Association signals a major shift in franchise relations, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
The Philippines-based operator named Jose Minana the chain’s president.
Lawsuits have been dropped as part of a settlement with one of its largest operators, RMH.
Starbucks, seeking to boost traffic declines, plans to expand delivery to more than 2,000 company-owned stores by spring.
Roger Theodoredis named chief legal officer; Tabassum Zalotrawala named chief development officer.
The company plans to close four underperforming locations.
The once-promising restaurateur, who has been accused of harassment by multiple employees, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and blames his falling sales on negative press.
The new “Cravings Value Menu” will have items ranging from $1 to $5 and will kick off with a new ad campaign.
The chicken chain is selling chicken-scented logs, and the burger chain will sell you a firescreen.
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