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Attendees of the Global Restaurant Leadership Conference learned how the global market varies from region to region, but in other respects is a small world. Here are some of the overseas trends that might sound familiar to U.S. operators, though sometimes with a twist.

Sabato Sagaria was formerly chief restaurant officer for Union Square Hospitality Group. He'll now head Barteca's 15-unit taco and tequila concept.

Shake Shack's reputation might have been nibbled by rats, and that wasn't the only example of recent bad publicity for restaurateurs.

Must-see TV is back, and operators have been seizing the moment with themed promotions.

The parent of Gramercy Tavern and creator of Shake Shack intends to invest in upstart fast-casual brands and tech.

The store will also use $15 an hour as its base wage, and feature a kitchen designed to maximize throughput.

RB's virtual roundtable of restaurant tech execs predicts the platforms and strategies that will spur engagement in the future.

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.

Consumers reveal which chain limited-time offers they are most likely to order based on the name and description.

The concept from Union Square Hospitality Group recently released a pay-ahead mobile app