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If there’s one thing to be learned from interviewing top restaurateurs, it’s that leadership isn’t built on fortune cookie-style doctrines.

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One Friday, five Restaurant Business editors trekked over to the Arby’s in Chicago’s Ogilvie train station to check out the brand's loaded curly fries.

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Where do consumers prefer to buy a cup of coffee when convenience is key? Here are their top choices, across restaurants and convenience stores.

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The earliest local greens, berries and other seasonal produce is are arriving to freshen up menus. The timing is right to incorporate spring produce into the lineup.

A shareholder proposal would give the operators a seat on their franchisor's board, setting a precedent for other publicly owned chains.
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Former "Top Chef" contestant's bakery finds success is the best revenge with its Yelper-inspired Baked With Hate menu.
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How operators are crushing workplace bullying and fostering female talent.

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Having a strategic, cohesive online existence can generate new business while strengthening the behavioral loyalty of existing customers.

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5 operators are pairing the bird with more than waffles.

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Restaurants could be losing one of the industry's key federal protections, and that's not the only extreme possibility that emerged for the business.

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The post also cast aspersions on the president's manhood.
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The top and fastest-growing chains don’t always align with average total menu items in their sectors.

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Operators are unveiling a host of new restaurant and bar concepts this spring, including the first Union Square Cafe outside of NYC.