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Leadership

Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

Industry insiders share the secrets to success

Chef Robert Irvine and Jon Taffer spoke at NRA Show 2016 on the most common challenges for restaurateurs.

Leadership

Franchisee of the Month: Paul Saber

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.

Owner Doug Sohn is hanging up his apron (actually, it’s a t-shirt) this October after 14 years behind the counter.

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.

Edgerton was the inventor of the chain charbroiler device.

Venezuelan native Mario Contreras, 32, heads up his own multi-national company, Elbardi International Management, a Charley’s Grilled Subs franchise.

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