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The package likely to be passed into law by week's end will extend a number of benefits to the restaurant industry, including a strong incentive to invest in expansion.

The health-oriented hybrid says a change in its business model makes expansion there too costly.

A look at the reports for public companies reveals some definite directional arrows for the industry as a whole.

The deficit marks an improvement from the year-ago quarter, when the fast-casual operation lost $9.8 million.

Carrols Corp. noted little difference in the performance of its oldest and newest stores.

Comps for the third quarter fell 17.3%, but were partially offset by the improved performance of its older sister, Pizza Inn.

Competitors say they've not felt the football fallout Papa John's cites as the main reason for a sales slowdown.

The chains' declines deepened their parent's losses to $8.5 million for the third quarter.

Diversified Restaurant Holdings is pursuing a sale or other extraordinary option.

China is poised to eclipse the U.S. as a hotbed of activity.