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Arby's

Marketing

Inside Arby’s social media fishbowl

Managing social media can be overwhelming, but at Arby’s headquarters in Atlanta, the three-person social media team handles the task in-house—literally.

Arby's, Buffalo Wild Wings to merge

The $2.9 billion purchase of BWW by Roark Capital will turn Arby's Restaurant Group into a two-brand operation headed by Paul Brown.

The constant pressure to differentiate is pushing operations in some unusual directions. Here are a few examples.

The appeal of limited-time offers—an opportunity to get new customers in the door and increase visits from regulars, as well as the accompanying bump in checks and sales—is clear.

One Friday, five Restaurant Business editors trekked over to the Arby’s in Chicago’s Ogilvie train station to check out the brand's loaded curly fries.

Papa John's, Chipotle, Panera, Buffalo Wild Wings among companies whose top executives left in 2017.

Arby's CEO Paul Brown accepts the top award at the Restaurant Leadership Conference.

Inspire Brands, which owns Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings, is a new kind of brand operator.

Customers reveal which restaurant chains’ french fries they deem most likely to spark cravings.

The company opted against further investment, but its ownership of Arby's has still paid off, says RB's The Bottom Line.

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