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Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry


New management takes over Famous Dave’s

The chain has its third CEO in about 13 months.


Doyle to leave Domino’s in June

The CEO helped turn the pizza chain into a digital juggernaut.

The industry innovator and icon will be honored at the upcoming Restaurant Leadership Conference.

Inspire Brands continues to lay its infrastructure with the recruitment of former Qdoba President Tim Casey.

Technology and young people are changing the way the restaurant industry is talking about customers, concepts and more. Here's the latest lingo that savvy foodservice folks need to add to their vocabulary—stat.

CEOs from Dunkin’ Brands, Brinker International, the National Restaurant Association and Outback parent Bloomin’ Brands, and their riffs will be different perspectives on the macro issues confronting all chain executives at RLC's general session—The Leadership Watch Power Panel.

Michael Mina has built an empire operating higher-end restaurants. But the next concept on tap for him is a bit different than the rest-it isn't a restaurant.

The transition to the second generation of Melmans took a big step forward.

Boyd Hoback oversees two successful chains, including a rare exception to the downturn in casual dining. So who is he?

After serving one company for 36 years, the former Panera Bread chief has some definite ideas about what a chain leader should be.

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