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Why the post-pandemic era could be ‘the Roaring ’20s’ for restaurants

After a tough pandemic, the industry could face a strong decade as consumers return and companies build new locations.


Steak ‘n Shake reportedly hires restructuring advisors

The burger chain, which has been closing locations, has debt that comes due in March and is exploring out-of-court restructuring or a bankruptcy filing.

Franchisee-owned stores saw strong sales last quarter, but company stores were left behind. The differences were largely regional.

A deep look at the restaurant sectors that have suffered the most as the coronavirus and dining-room shutdowns ravaged the industry.

The Chinese coffee chain, which traded in the U.S., fabricated more than $300 million in sales, inflating its growth by as much as 45%.

Vaccinations could be available next month after Pfizer and BioNTech request emergency authorization, but it could be a while before customers come back.

Third-quarter results were mixed for smaller-cap public restaurant companies.

Here’s a snapshot of how those operations fared during Q3, along with a look at how they intend to improve their performance.

CEO Dara Khosrowshahi left open the possibility of Uber Eats one day eclipsing the rides business after another big quarter for the service.

The pizza chain, suddenly flush with cash, is planning investments in new locations and technology in a bid to keep its momentum.

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