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How FRG stacks up

Flynn Restaurant Group’s annual revenues outpace all other influential franchisees. Here’s a comparison.


This week’s 5 head-spinning moments: Seat belt required

A powerful chain is poking a toe into breakfast, a new restaurant job is taking shape, a wave of restaurant IPOs appear to be on the horizon, and not every brand sees magic in order-ahead apps.

With their $2.9 billion merger closed, the two brands created Inspire Brands as a growth vehicle.

The new attention-getters have less to do with the food than the quantities in which it's served.

The sports bar category is defying casual dining overall.

The Bottom Line: Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings want to buy more brands, and they have plenty of choices.

CARROLLTON, TX (November 16, 2012)—McLane Foodservice, a division of McLane Company Inc, has entered into a distribution services agreement with...

A hedge fund known for injecting itself in holdings' strategic decision-making is calling for new management and other changes.

The scaled-down venture will operate under a separate name. Beer and TV will be essential features.

Inspire Brands continues to lay its infrastructure with the recruitment of former Qdoba President Tim Casey.

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