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Leadership

Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

3 questions for Edna Morris

From the best advice she was ever given to the greatest influence on her career, industry vet Edna Morris gives an inside look at her working life.

Leadership

Remembering Subway Co-founder Fred DeLuca

Fred DeLuca never reduced the formula for building the world’s largest restaurant chain into a neat sound bite of a philosophy, but he was quick to cite two pillars to his thinking, be it about ...

The New Orleans culinary scene reflects on the impact of one of its most celebrated chefs.

Prudhomme’s 58-year career in the food industry, cut short last week by his death at age 75, changed the American palate and indelibly stamped menus. Here’s, in timeline form, is how it happened.

“If Gini represents the next generation of leadership, we are all in amazing and capable hands,” says Joni Doolin, CEO and founder of workforce-data firm TDN2K.

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.

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.