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Leadership

Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

Billy Dec spills the secrets to developing a killer concept

Storytelling, innovation key to building standout food and beverage programs

Leadership

Election 2016: The issues that will affect restaurants

Tax reform and NLRB joint employer ruling top priorities for NRA

This year’s Gold Plate Award recipient is Rafi Taherian, associate vice president, Yale Hospitality, Yale University.

The National Restaurant Association looks toward its 100th anniversary with a renewed concentration on engagement.

Average annual sales at Portillo’s, which began as a hot dog stand in a suburban Chicago parking lot, today sit at about $8.5 million per store at newer units.

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.

Systemwide meetings can serve many purposes—damage control, ideation, recognition, training—but do you need a meeting? Is your message being understood?

Sharon Van Meter is a receipient of the Live It! Women With Impact recognition from the Women's Foodservice Forum. Here are some of her leadership tips.

The size of his operations dwarfs all other franchises (and many restaurant parent companies, as well). Yet Flynn relishes his role as franchising’s poster boy—and he’s the best in the business at it.

Panera Bread founder, Chairman and CEO Ron Shaich shared his one-cafe-at-a-time focus at Winsight’s Restaurant Leadership Conference.

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