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At Papa Johns, delivery shifts from its own apps to aggregators

The Bottom Line: The pizza delivery chain’s business with companies like Uber Eats and DoorDash is thriving while its own delivery is slowing. But this isn’t the beginning of the end of self-delivery, CEO Rob Lynch says.

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How the shift to counter service has changed Steak n Shake's profitability

The Bottom Line: Sardar Biglari, chairman of the chain’s owner Biglari Holdings, details how the addition of kiosks and counter service has transformed restaurants.

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Grand Geneva Resort & Spa's 'Ouisconsin' croissants reflect the state's French legacy

Behind the Menu: Hyper-local Wisconsin ingredients and a three-day baking process turn out pastries that are in high demand by hotel guests.

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CEO John Chidsey told operators this week that they should remodel their locations or get out of the system. And he recruited help from franchisees who have upgraded their restaurants.

The chain has earmarked $3 million to remind customers of the more than 30 bottomless options on its menu.

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The fast-food burger chain walked back statements that it would test “dynamic pricing,” saying that digital menu boards would enable discounts during low-traffic parts of the day.

The company has long been dogged by questions about its finances and its drive-thru voicebots, which still rely on human agents to handle most orders.

Marketing Bites: After its now-walked back comments about dynamic pricing, the burger chain is catching the flame-grilled indignation of some restaurant competitors.