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Subway franchisees want their royalty payments cut

A group of operators is asking the company’s shareholders to cut its franchise fees to 4.5% from 8%. Its royalties are higher than other sandwich chains.


Building restaurants is getting more expensive

Construction materials are seeing unprecedented price increases and supply chain delays, and restaurants are starting to feel the pinch.

A federal judged ruled that losses as well as damages could be covered by a business-interruption policy.

Here's how three restaurants optimized their relationships with providers as delivery continues to be a key channel.

The burger chain, which avoided bankruptcy after its parent company repaid its debt, saw revenues decline while many stores remain closed.

Some view digital currency as the payment of the future, and it promises better security and lower fees. But will anyone have the stomach to actually invest in it?

A Subway franchisee helps explain the challenge in finding workers, and the impact it is having on their business, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

John Peyton, the new CEO of parent company Dine Brands, sees ample room for additions in the brands' "renaissance."

But the pandemic managed to keep pay packages for the industry in check and below average for public company chief executives.

Domino’s and Papa John’s both believe they can keep growing sales even as comparisons get tough, and say they have advertising dollars to spend, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

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