facebook pixal

Leadership

Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

Ron Shaich to focus on 'conscious capitalism'

Attention, Wall Street Occupiers: The sort of corporate conscience you’re demanding isn't alien to the restaurant business, as the trade’s leaders will be reminded at the 2012 Restaurant Leadership Conference.

Leadership

Behind the scenes with Hogsalt Hospitality’s founder and CEO

Taking a less-than-traditional approach to restaurants, Brendan Sodikoff has launched a growing empire in Chicago in just over four years.

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 celebrity chef and TV star will assume operational responsibility, freeing Steve Ells to concentrate on his first brainchild, Chipotle.

Tabitha Burke is responsible for heightening executive leadership, implementing strategies effectively and maintaining day-to-day operations for the association.

The Bottom Line: The payments to the CFO and CMO to stick around during a CEO transition were probably not necessary.

Bernard Acoca is taking over for retiring President and CEO Steve Sather.

Kristen Hartman will exit a corporate marketing role to oversee day to day operations of the 1,400-unit chain.

Founded in 1981 by Mueller and his brother Richard, RPM is one of those franchisees that could almost annoy corporate with their steady stream of ideas, admits Jim Stansik, executive vice president of franchise relations for Domino’s.

With a B.S. in psychology and business, Sterling’s goals did not include professional bartending, but her skills turned out to work to her advantage.

  • Page 60