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Leadership

Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

4 tips to run a successful companywide meeting

Systemwide meetings can serve many purposes—damage control, ideation, recognition, training—but do you need a meeting? Is your message being understood?

Leadership

Black Bear Diner makes changes to executive team

The family-dining concept has promoted one executive and added another.

J.R. Galardi has assumed the role after spending over 15 years learning the family business.

The CIA called him the Chef of the Century. His influence may have been to show that fashion and classic culinary techniques were not incompatible.

His Back Bay Restaurant Group was an early example of the MCOs that are now found throughout the nation.

The vegan fast casual hires industry vets to oversee real estate and culinary innovation as the brand looks to double its units.

Saber, who joined Panera in 2003 after a 17-year run at McDonald’s as a franchisee and senior corporate leader, posed a question that ultimately led to Panera Cares, the company’s groundbreaking pay-what-you-can business model designed to “share the warmth” with those less fortunate.

Why LYFE Kitchen President and CEO Chance Carlisle? He’s juggling franchisor, franchisee and fatherhood.

Executives of some big-time brands have jumped ship to steer operations at the smaller guys. Here’s a look at why.

Alshaya was among the recipients of the 2017 Global Restaurant Leadership Awards of Distinction.

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