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Leadership

Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

This week's restaurant nightmares: Our little secret

A new scientific discovery could be a pain for all operators. Meanwhile, colleagues continue to illustrate what not to do when situations are trying.

Leadership

Brain jam takes main stage at chain restaurants’ Woodstock

CEOs from Dunkin’ Brands, Brinker International, the National Restaurant Association and Outback parent Bloomin’ Brands, and their riffs will be different perspectives on the macro issues confronting all chain executives at RLC's general session—The Leadership Watch Power Panel.

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.

The operator's leadership changes comprise its latest move to reinvigorate sales.

Brian O’Hagan first joined the chain as an area director in 2013.

The parent of Chili’s and Maggiano’s promoted from within while steering its IT team to focus on digital first.

Here's what Ron Shaich, Restaurant Business’ 2018 Restaurant Leader of the Year, recalls as the critical pivot points so far for the company he led for more than three decades.

The former McAlister’s Deli president brings marketing and operations experience to the job.

Over the course of the past two years, management has strengthened the culture; improved the business model and unit economics; ramped up marketing; and introduced a remodel that has spurred 28 percent sales increases.

Rohini Dey, owner of the Vermillion restaurants in Chicago and New York City, never thought her girlhood passion to save the world would land her in upscale dining. Now that she’s here, Dey is shocked that there are so few women leading the industry.

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