How a trio of seismic events affected Subway, Chipotle and Texas Roadhouse

A Deeper Dive: RB editors Lisa Jennings and Peter Romeo join Jonathan Maze on the podcast to talk about three major events and the impact they had on these chains.


The M&A market is showing signs of life

The Bottom Line: Benihana is apparently on the market, according to reports, helping to signal that the market for restaurants is improving.

The 99-cent fee, described as a test, has been the target of customer complaints and even a lawsuit.

The founder of the once-popular Southern California concept lays blame on a former advisor-turned-partner that led to the collapse of a $30 million restaurant group. The former partner, however, has a different story.

The operator of Gen Korean BBQ priced its shares at the high end of their range and increased the size of its offering.

The combination with Banyan Acquisition Corp. is expected to be complete by the end of this year and would value the eatertainment concept at $520 million.

Restaurant Rewind: The heyday of initial stock offerings were the 1990s, seen by some as casual dining's coming out party. Here's what we can learn from those days.

The highest-paid executive last year wasn't even a CEO, and three of the 10 best-paid chief executives no longer work for their companies.

The 13-unit eatertainment chain will use the funding to finance new restaurants as it makes a growth push.

The 32-unit concept, started by a pair of longtime restaurateurs including the former owner of Baja Fresh, plans to raise $25 million in an initial public offering.

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