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Jonathan Maze

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Financing

Jack in the Box wants to pivot to new unit growth

With sales improving, the chain is planning incentives to encourage development, but franchisee relations and labor costs are hurdles.

Financing

Jack in the Box reports best same-store sales in 4 years

The company said its comparable-store sales have increased for nine straight years, but wage inflation hurt store profits last quarter.

Private-equity group Apollo Global Management is exploring a sale of the burrito chain less than two years after its acquisition.

Bruce Dean, CEO of the family-dining chain, joins "A Deeper Dive" to discuss the challenges of finding workers for a growing company.

A vegan has sued Burger King over the Impossible Whopper, which is made on the same grills as meat burgers.

Fast-food chains and larger concepts won the third quarter, leaving smaller, mostly casual-dining chains behind, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The casual-dining chain cited costs associated with the service, suggesting the burgeoning business is a headwind for some companies, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Chris Kempczinski told employees that the company is “on the right path as we enter the new year.”

With casual-dining chains struggling and few buyers to compete with, the Landry’s owner is on another buying binge, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The chicken sandwich chain’s charitable arm has shifted its spending priorities and will not fund controversial groups next year.

RB’s The Bottom Line examines Subway’s new CEO, including his tense relationship with Burger King operators and whether the chain could be sold.

At the Restaurant Finance & Development Conference, a sense of concern about the state of the economy prevailed, even as technology provides opportunities, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

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