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Jonathan Maze

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Financing

As Wendy’s prepares breakfast, so does McDonald’s

The burger giant is starting a 2-for-$4 breakfast sandwich offer one week before Wendy’s national breakfast launch.

Financing

Steak ‘n Shake turns to counter service as losses mount

The chain has closed 107 units, with plans to reopen them with a counter-service model to save on labor.

Or did the chain turn off customers with its photo of a 28-day-old premium sandwich? RB’s The Bottom Line takes a look.

The operator of Auntie Anne’s, Cinnabon and other concepts named the former Hilton executive to replace the retiring Steve DeSutter.

The company said the new product, introduced a month ago, has helped it regain some of the value it lost when it raised taco prices.

The pizza chain’s same-store sales rose more than expected, sending the company’s shares to all-time highs.

NPC International’s debt has been downgraded as the company has missed interest payments, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

CEO Adam Halberg joins "A Deeper Dive" to talk about the chain and its approach to delivery and service.

A management overhaul and major layoffs signal a sense of urgency, but renewed complaints from operators over a new discount show the chain has a ways to go, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The chain is eliminating artificial preservatives and using a moldy Whopper to advertise it.

Inspire Brands, which also owns Buffalo Wild Wings, Sonic and Jimmy John's, has trademarked some brand names for shared kitchens for takeout and delivery.

The former Yum Brands and TGI Fridays executive will take over financial leadership for the Wyoming-based Mexican chain.

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