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The burrito chain posted what executives characterized as "modest" improvements in comp sales and traffic.
The company says the split was the result of a mutual decision.
The franchisor posted a 9.7% same-store sales gain.
The past week abounded in examples of why contemplation is a good thing for restaurants, employees and even guests.
It's no mystery why food safety again tops restaurateurs’ list of concerns. Operators saw what a food safety lapse did to Chipotle and didn't want to be next.
With a heightened reason to track managers' hours, restaurants are looking to forbid salaried employees from handling administrative tasks like email and scheduling when they're not on-premise.
After a tragic week for the law enforcement community, many restaurants are wondering how they can show their appreciation for the cops who protect the business and its patrons. Here are some suggestions from a police benevolent association.
The chain has promoted two vets of the brand to handle day-to-day operations.
The strategies range greatly from segment to segment, as does the expected impact of the updated regulations.
The coffee chain has invested in a Milan-based concept that will also become the exclusive food provider to a Starbucks variation the company intends to unveil next year.
Blame it on the summer heat. The behavior of some customers and employees sunk to considerable depths this week. Even a robber couldn't stick to his mission.
A survey of employers finds soaring worries about overtime regulations, joint employer actions and discrimination charges.
See the full ranking of the Top 100 concepts, which account for more than $1.8 billion in annual revenue, and learn how they are putting hospitality first.
Peter Romeo highlights the moments restaurateurs miss at their own peril
As restaurants begin to reemerge, one year since it all began, Restaurant Business takes stock of the massive changes the virus has brought.