Jonathan Maze


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Jonathan Maze

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Rising labor costs could slow restaurant acquisitions

The labor environment could slow what has been an unprecedented level of restaurant merger and acquisition activity.


Technomic: Fast casual will continue to lead industry growth

But even in weak sectors, restaurants with the right combination of factors can win market share.

Grubhub CEO: Consumers are replacing frozen foods with restaurant meals at home.

The company has a potential buyer in a deal valued at $20 million.

The Italian chain is apparently looking for a buyer.

How a bad investment led to the creation of Sustainable Restaurant Group.

Despite some issues, franchisees are better at running restaurants than franchisors.

The chain’s executives all received pay hikes after a strong 2017 for the fast-food burger chain.

It was the second-best month of sales in two years, but traffic still fell.

Restaurant Brands International is getting resistance from the chain’s operators that it didn’t get with Burger King, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The chain’s chief operating officer gets a promotion, among a number of new executive appointments.

Despite two years of weak traffic and tension with operators, the burger chain believes low prices are vital to build sales.

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