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Big Boy

Leadership

The luminaries we lost

The restaurant industry will be poorer in 2020 because of the talents and characters who died in 2019. Here are some of the standouts who were lost.

Operations

Is Big Boy ready to grow up?

The legacy brand had been closing units, but it’s now looking to grow, while also giving fast casual another shot.

Get Top 500 data: sales, units and YOY change, average unit volume, and company/franchise units, as well as Technomic’s analysis, growth forecast and more.

It’s no longer news that craft beer sales are on the rise—nearly 12 percent last year, according to the Brewer’s Association.

Ed Doherty insists his success as a restaurant franchisee is a tale of phenomenal luck, starting with the purchase of his first restaurants in 1985.

A diner-style chain labeling itself “home of the original double-decker” cheeseburger

Consumers reveal which chain limited-time offers they are most likely to purchase based on name and description.

Bill Marriott took the main stage at the Restaurant Leadership Conference the day before his 83rd birthday providing insights on what he thinks it takes to run a successful company. Here are three takeaways.

As much as Aziz Hashim loves franchising, the one-time electrical engineer has never warmed to the risk factor, starting with the lone KFC he opened in his 20s.

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