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Growth-minded restaurateurs know the importance of keeping an eye on the competitors entering and expanding in their markets.
Sous vide and other old-school methods impart flavor and peace of mind.
Larger world events turned restaurateurs' heads this week. Here are the reactions that spun observers' noggins.
The restaurant industry's second-largest chain reached into retailing for the next leader of its domestic operations and corporate COO.
Good intentions don't always yield anything approximating good results. And reason doesn't stand a chance against a juicy though absolutely crazy rumor, as Starbucks can attest.
Coffee drinkers jam the counters at Starbucks waiting to jump-start their day. But more than half of customers come in after 11 a.m., many looking for something to eat.
Early adoption of such now-standard functions as pre-payment of mobile orders has helped Starbucks outpace the industry. What sort of sales and margin and enhancements is it eying now? Here's a preview.
Not all the big leaks this week came from Washington. Chipotle, McDonald's and Starbucks had a few doozies, too.
After closing its Teavana tea cafes, Starbucks is shutting down the retail component of the business as well, with plans to close all 379 Teavana retail stores within a year.
Here’s how some operators are moving beyond cookie-cutter marketing.
Up-and-coming restaurant chains and what’s propelling their growth
Food trends and recipes to keep menus fresh
New restaurants and soon-to-open concepts worth monitoring
RB’s exclusive ranking of the highest-grossing independent restaurants
Peter Romeo highlights the moments restaurateurs miss at their own peril
Ideas from the field you may want to borrow