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Your next Subway sandwich could come from a vending machine

The sandwich giant, looking to reinvigorate growth, has been testing vending machines as part of a broader “grab and go” strategy to use existing locations as bases for sales in multiple spots.


As fears of recession grow, here’s a look at who may do best, and worst

The Bottom Line: An economic downturn appears likely, which sent stocks tumbling again on Monday. We can find clues about potential winners and losers from the Great Recession.

One month after opening its first digital-only, seat-less restaurant, the all-day bakery-café chain reports “very promising” results and is making plans to open more around the country.

Despite considerable hurdles, the fintech startup believes Americans will be getting most of their meals from ghost kitchens by 2027.

Hundreds of operations are now using automatons to perform tasks typically handled by humans. Here’s a look at what the bots are doing and how it’s making a difference.

The Bottom Line: The price of fuel hits a key psychological number. Will the consumer start responding?

Tech Check: Guests want good service, not more technology. Restaurants need to get better at walking that line.

The Bottom Line: The job is one of the industry’s most visible and lucrative positions, but it comes with a big caveat, as the previous chief executive found out.

Reality Check: If you think the now-defunct brand did little more than popularize fried clams, read on.

The Bottom Line: The owner of Steak n Shake, who has tried and failed repeatedly to get on the Cracker Barrel board or get it to pay a higher dividend, wants Sandra Cochran replaced.

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