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Financing

What is the future of restaurant delivery?

Melissa Wilson of Technomic discusses the opportunities and challenges on this week's episode of "A Deeper Dive."

Financing

McDonald’s under fire for Steve Easterbrook’s exit deal

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, plus a pair of institutional investors, are questioning why Easterbrook was able to keep stock options after his firing.

In his latest interview, the company’s founder continued his criticism of the chain and its quality, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

With Wendy’s entrance into the market, McDonald’s, Burger King and others will defend their turf.

The former Realogy Holdings executive will take over financial leadership for the big Burger King and Popeyes operator.

The company agreed to change certain practices related to overtime pay and meal breaks to settle a 6-year-old California complaint.

Silicon Valley investors are making yet another big bet on a changing restaurant industry, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

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

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.

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