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Individuals influencing the direction of the restaurant industry


The Restaurant Leadership Conference kicks off in Scottsdale

Denny’s CEO John Miller kicked off this year’s Restaurant Leadership Conference with a call on the executives in attendance to suspend competitive considerations and end childhood hunger as an industry.


Chef Prudhomme: ‘One of those special people’

The New Orleans culinary scene reflects on the impact of one of its most celebrated chefs.

Peter D'Amelio has also served as president of Cooper's Hawk and CEO of Matchbox.

The troubled brand's founder will relinquish his post as soon as a successor is found.

The former Papa John’s CFO replaces the retiring Jerry Rebel.

The former ProFlowers executive will lead the pizza chain's marketing efforts.

This year hasn't been a safe one so far for chief executives in the restaurant industry. Here's a look at the many companies that have made changes in the corner office.

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.

Restaurant CEOs told RLC 2014 attendees that a valuable management tool is blundering, sometimes spectacularly.

They made the boldest headlines in what was indisputably an up-and-down year. The ups were rocket shots to nosebleed heights, and the downs were just as extreme—catastrophic, yet wellsprings of outrage and surprise. Here are six individuals who contributed to the rollercoaster ride.

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