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Financing

How your restaurant sales and profits compare to competitors' and what you can do to improve financial performance

Financing

Restaurant companies move out of their retail homes

Chains like McDonald’s and Subway are leaving Walmart locations while others, such as Dunkin’, opt to leave convenience stores as chains focus on drive-thru units, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Financing

Papa Murphy’s and Cold Stone Creamery carry MTY through the pandemic

Market shifts have helped both chains reverse earlier challenges, offsetting the Canadian company’s struggling mall and office concepts. They now need to keep their sales momentum.

Crowd Out Capital’s $32 million bid for the company has been approved as a dispute with another lender is ended, paving away for it to emerge from bankruptcy this month.

He received $10.8 million in salary and stock options last year, or $7 million less than Steve Easterbrook received in his final year at the chain.

Grants of up to $10 million are reserved for facilities whose main business is live providing entertainment, but some foodservice operations could be eligible.

Large chains dominated the list of the quickest growing concepts, according to the Technomic Top 500, as the pandemic favored big chains over small chains.

This week’s episode of the RB podcast “A Deeper Dive” features former Jamba CEO James White and Mill Road Capital founder Thomas Lynch, talking about the problems with activist investing.

The company is also preparing to take action against pork and beef producers amid a mushrooming dispute over protein prices.

Reports of shortages of ketchup packets, pickles and even oat milk have come as supply chain challenges increase due to rising demand and a lack of drivers.

The administrative agent for the burger chain’s debt says it is owed $8.5 million in unpaid fees and interest. Meanwhile, Steak n Shake has dismissed its lawsuit against its lender.

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