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Marketing

Big chains resume their plant-based crusade

Burger King and Starbucks have added new products with fake meat as the trend picks back up again.

Marketing

Domino’s starts a registry for postponed weddings

The chain will let friends and family send pizzas to couples whose events were delayed due to the coronavirus.

Investors are apparently willing to bet on the chain’s comeback, even if it does file for bankruptcy, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Nasdaq wants to remove the troubled chain after it failed to file its annual report, the second such notice for the Chinese company.

The chain is the latest to jump onto the fake meat bandwagon, which is rolling again after a pandemic-caused hiatus.

The burger chain’s East Coast operator has closed 15 restaurants, citing the coronavirus for hurting sales.

The activist investor, which once wanted to buy the chain at $40 per share, has taken a steep loss on the stock, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The chain is working to see whether its improved service times are more beneficial than Egg McMuffins after 10:30 a.m., says RB’s The Bottom Line.

McDonald’s, Subway, Dunkin’ and Panda Express have all said they’re adding thousands of workers as operators take advantage of high unemployment.

A Facebook post generated a social media firestorm this week, the most recent social media backlash over a restaurant’s uniform decision.

By building more drive-thrus in suburbs and changing its urban strategy, the coffee giant is hoping to catch consumers as they use restaurants, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The burger giant named Melanie Steinbach chief people officer for McDonald’s USA and Shammara Howell chief talent officer.

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