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


Appetizers heat up the menu

Call them starters, small plates, bar food or even tapas—appetizers are seeing a lot of action. And it’s not all that surprising. Today’s thriftier restaurant customer wants to explore exciting flavors and ingredients without spending a fortune.


What investors see in Conscious Capitalism

At first glance, Bill Flagg and Michael Farello seem to have little in common.

Breakfast emerged as the humble champion starting with the 2007 economic downturn, and it hasn’t stopped yet.

Employee development and community involvement are key to success in the inner city, operators say. Hear more best practices from the panelists at the Multicultural Foodservice and Hospitality Alliance Operators' Conference this week.

While these services, such as UberEats and Postmates, have been popping up spottily in big cities for some time, the buy-in of national restaurant chains is a potential game changer—and not only for the messengers.

The New Year has brought a flurry of new bargains from big chains, though you have to order a meal to get the deal.

A quick look at daypart data uncovers the most popular drive times and the chains that are getting the traffic.

The impact of hurricanes in Texas and Florida may mask a turn in the right direction for sales and traffic counts, according to new data.

The agreement is intended to grow Burger King’s presence in the United Kingdom.

After an SEC qualification, the fast-casual health food chain is selling stock to raise cash for new locations and marketing.

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