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Leadership

Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry

Leadership

Bloomin' CEO Elizabeth Smith to offer a view from 30,000 ft.

The CEO of the company that operates Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba's, Bonefish Grill and Fleming's will offer her perspective on key economic, government and consumer issues during a special session aimed specifically at senior restaurant executives.

Leadership

3 leadership lessons from a hospitality-industry icon

Bill Marriott took the main stage at the Restaurant Leadership Conference the day before his 83rd birthday providing insights on what he thinks it takes to run a successful company. Here are three takeaways.

El Pollo Loco’s departing CEO takes an operator’s approach to running a chain.

The decision by an overwhelming majority of the chain's franchise community is the latest sign of a festering relationship with the franchisor.

Steve Shlemon is a 35-year industry veteran.

During a meeting with investors, CEO Nigel Travis was asked about his future, given that his employment contract is set to expire. Here's what he said.

The celebrity chef was stripped of his finalist nominations because of sexual harassment allegations.

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

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.

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