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Operations

How Shake Shack went from zero to 60 on curbside pickup

Pre-pandemic, curbside pickup wasn’t even on the burger chain’s radar. Now, it’s one of many ways the brand is reimagining itself.

Financing

Chuck E. Cheese creditors say the company is moving too quickly on a sale

CEC Entertainment’s unsecured creditors say the company’s lenders are pushing a quick sale that would result in an artificially low price.

How a mission-driven taco concept shook up its under-utilized drive-thrus during a crisis.

Media reports about the company’s latest going concern warning sent the chain’s stock price plummeting, but some say it might have a chance to rebound.

Corporate test kitchens may have shut down for a while, but menu development didn’t stop. It just proceeded a little differently.

The food-and-games chain’s parent, CEC Entertainment, has asked a bankruptcy court to approve the $2.3 million price tag to destroy tickets that have gone unused due to the pandemic.

The fast casual, which has been hampered by its urban locations during the pandemic, is looking to add drive-thrus and walk-up windows to boost traffic.

The struggling food-and-games chain has recently filed notices of mass layoffs in seven states.

The Crave Clutch is designed for family meals and smaller gatherings.

Tender Shack features platters and sandwiches for delivery from a dozen Carrabba's units.

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