Buffalo Wild Wings

Operations

Red Robin tries a delivery-only spinoff

Red Robin Express will have no storefront, just production capabilities for producing the food found in full-service units.

Buffalo Wild Wings jumps on the build-your-own bandwagon

With the chain’s new “Fast Break” menu, diners can customize their lunch orders, eat a sit-down meal in a half-hour.

Operators are betting that NCAA basketball fans will eat up these special deals.

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.

Net income at the company fell 9.3 percent, tempering sales and revenue growth during the quarter.

With goading from investors, franchisees are becoming a force in brand parents' corporate dealings.

A test of wine delivery is set to follow next month.

Success with tablets goes beyond just having them. Tabletop technology should augment your operation's service style, not allow staffers to slack.

An activist shareholder said the chain's longtime leader is "out to lunch."

Count Mother Nature squarely among the parties generating the loudest buzz, along with a hotelier in a new job and a one-time online bookseller.

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