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Leadership

For Restaurant Brands International’s José Cil, collaboration proves key

The chief executive of the parent company of Popeyes, Burger King and Tim Hortons is a Restaurant Leader of the Year finalist, thanks to international growth and chicken sandwiches.

Financing

KFC's U.S. sales thrive, thanks to digital and chicken sandwiches

The tightening of chicken supplies is making it difficult to keep up with demand. Sister chains Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and Habit all saw sales grow over 2019 levels.

The Mexican fast-food chain is rebranding the quarter moon, calling it the “taco moon” and giving customers free tacos in the process.

The chain’s same-store sales grew over 2019 levels thanks entirely to higher check averages as customers ordered more items per visit.

The Restaurant Leader of the Year nominee took on the morning daypart, long a company frustration, and succeeded despite the pandemic.

The smoothie-and-food chain has been a strong grower for years and turned on the jets so far in 2021. It hopes to keep all its new customers.

Yum Brands, which also owns KFC, Pizza Hut and Habit, plans to reduce emissions by 46% by 2030.

Quick-service concepts have raised prices aggressively and largely abandoned value amid a spike in demand. That strategy carries some risks coming out of the pandemic.

The union wants to inspect documents related to the board’s discussions on issues of sexual harassment and gender discrimination dating back to 2006.

The Cravetarian Taco is made with its own blend of chickpeas and peas, though the company says it is still working with Beyond Meat on a new protein.

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