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Leadership

Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

4 questions for Mike Kulp

it’s a homespun idea older than Mike Kulp himself that enabled his KBP Foods to morph into an enterprise rivaling many brand owners in size and financial might.

Leadership

Biscuitville names a new president

Kathie Niven, the chain’s chief brand officer, has been promoted.

Blame it on refranchising, a phenomenon that favors investors at a serious cost to operators and guests.

He took the stage like a victorious general and made it clear from the get-go that this would be no ordinary presentation. “I don’t do speeches anymore,” former McDonald’s USA CEO Ed Rensi barked to a packed ballroom at the Restaurant Leadership Conference. “I rant.”

Founder of PCF Management, a Buffalo Wild Wings franchisee, Karim Webb's passion is contagious. Now Chipotle and other concepts are entering the neighborhood.

Some kids born into the family business make a swift exit into another career. Not so for these restaurant progeny. They're expanding their empire.

The celebrated New Orleans chef and restaurateur was accused in a newspaper article of fostering a culture where sexual harassment was commonplace.

Scott SirLouis will be in charge of developing and implementing new processes to aid in the growth of the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s and The Brass Tap concepts.

The casual-dining chain operator also named Dan Kiernan president of Olive Garden.

Mark Crumpacker pleaded guilty to drug charges during his tenure with the embattled fast-casual chain.

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