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Get a deal on everything: Marketing edition

You have to spend money to make money, and these days you don’t need to spend that much.


Bright signs for a bright start

The breakfast daypart is revved up and raring to go—just like those eaters who begin their day with an energizing morning meal.

Thanks to a growing number of dedicated beverage producers, you can drink like an Egyptian, quaff like an ancient Roman or sip hot cocoa like an Aztec warrior. Some may call these marketing gimmicks, but both consumers and producers are enthralled by bibulous legends.

Arby’s most successful social media campaign was launched last year, timed to the anniversary of its founding—July 23, 1964.

Restaurants struggling to understand the new food and beverage sources will meet the challengers nose-to-nose at a conference.

A confluence of tech advances, changing lifestyles and demographic shifts has brought a renaissance in takeout, and everyone is racing to capitalize on it.

Tourism continues to rule the Top 100 Independent Restaurants. Not surprisingly, New York City and Las Vegas are home to the most restaurants in the ranking–33 and 15, respectively.

Regardless of how wildly Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump celebrates victory on Nov. 8, restaurateurs are the ones likely to suffer a hangover.

The move may have Starbucks looking over its shoulder.

Traffic still declined, but by the slightest amount in more than a year, according to the latest snapshot from researcher TDn2K.

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