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The movie theater-restaurant chain hopes to raise up to $40 million from investors to expand.
The coffee chain this week opened a test cashless unit in Seattle.
The Bottom Line: The payments to the CFO and CMO to stick around during a CEO transition were probably not necessary.
The former Papa John’s CFO replaces the retiring Jerry Rebel.
The company says the deal would bolster its long-term growth.
The settlement with Simon Property Group would apparently allow some locations to shut down.
The COO was given a promotion as the chain continues its expansion.
The company is vowing to use nothing but renewable or recyclable packaging by 2025.
After a rare decline in same-store sales a year ago, the company started advertising and quickly recovered.
Industry same-store sales grow slightly in December as discounts take hold and traffic improves.
The California-based family-dining chain is taking its expansion east.
The outgoing Domino’s CEO doesn’t plan to retire, but says that all “conspiracy theories” about his plans are wrong.
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