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Leadership

Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

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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.

Leadership

Five Guys founder Jerry Murrell’s approach to leadership

This longtime CEO and pioneer in the fast-casual realm grew a family business to one of the top better-burger chains in the U.S. through dedication to the brand’s roots.

4 questions for Co-founder and CEO of Five Guys Burgers and Fries Jerry Murrell.

We went back to seven of the past Future 50 chain leaders to glean insights on how they've prospered through ups and downs in the economy, consumers' changing preferences and other challenges over the past 10 years.

Hazem Ouf shares a mistake turned learning experience, laughable moment and the best advice he’s been given.

Hazem Ouf doesn’t profess to have all the answers for reviving restaurant organizations, even after snatching the likes of Village Inn, Max & Erma’s and O’Charley’s from the ICU.

Among the pieces of free advice offered on the first official day of the NRA Show were recommendations from a panel of fast-casual chain executives on fostering leadership. Here are some of the inexpensive ways they suggested to improve a chain’s consumer research, real estate prowess, financial performance and other functions.

Bill Marriott took the main stage at the Restaurant Leadership Conference the day before his 83rd birthday providing insights on what he thinks it takes to run a successful company. Here are three takeaways.

Wendy's CEO Emil Brolick shared many insights on leadership, growth, making mistakes, leaving a legacy, and more at the Restaurant Leadership Conference on Wednesday.

Today’s scheduled speakers include Dr. Ben Carson; former U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords and her husband, astronaut Mark Kelly; and professional golfer Cheyenne Woods.