Financing

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

Financing

America doesn't run on Dunkin' in the afternoons

The chain was strong in the morning, but traffic slows later on, and the company doesn't know why.

Financing

Wendy's didn't help Arby's buy Buffalo Wild Wings

The company opted against further investment, but its ownership of Arby's has still paid off, says RB's The Bottom Line.

Six of Darden Restaurants' seven multiunit brands posted positive comps for Q3. The how's and why's provided some surprises.

Value matters, and that gives pizza a strong edge as restaurant delivery grows, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Maines Paper & Food Service, a mega $3 billion broadliner, set out several years ago to eliminate the competitive disadvantages companies its size often have in the produce category.

AROS lets the customer choose specific food options and add any special instructions. No staff time is consumed by phone calls or menu questions.

What’s your distributor done for you lately? If nothing comes to mind besides dropping off cases at the back door, maybe it’s time to start asking some questions.

Specialty coffee purveyors keep raising the bar in terms of quality and innovation.

The top 25 highest paid executives at publicly traded restaurant companies did well for themselves in 2010.

Bun Lai, chef-owner of Miya’s Sushi in New Haven, Connecticut, came up with a creative solution to sustainable sourcing: he menus the very fish that are threatening the ecosystem.

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