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Operations

Red Robin adjusts to a changed consumer

Research conducted by the chain revealed new guest preferences and concerns. Here's how the brand is responding to conditions cited by a number of chains as the new reality.

Financing

With sales down 61%, J. Alexander’s reconsiders delivery

The polished casual dining chain is testing the service, potentially ending a long-held prohibition.

Brinker said the switch reflects a change in its management structure.

The casual dining chain, which has been shrinking for years, has closed at least 150 locations, more than a third of the system, and many will not reopen.

The casual-dining brand known for its wings is portraying its rival's venture as a ruse to fool consumers into thinking they're ordering from a local joint.

The operator of Planet Hollywood and Buca di Beppo is paying just $50,000 in cash for FoodFirst Global Restaurants.

New federal guidance could require big, publicly traded companies to return their Paycheck Protection Program funds.

The crisis has been a catalyst for righting supply and demand while also proving QSRs don’t have a hammerlock on off-premise.

The company said it is furloughing corporate employees but did not reveal how many.

The food and games chain has a deal with Jefferies to sell up to $75 million in stock to strengthen a balance sheet damaged by the coronavirus shutdown.

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