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Restaurants go further afield to grow loyalty enrollment and use

The aim is getting precious space on customers’ phones for an app.

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All restaurants win during March Madness, new research shows

New research shows that a considerable positive impact is felt by restaurants across the board, not just big marketers or operations with a hometown team in the hunt.

Domino’s and Wingstop are both planning to put more stores in strong markets. RB’s The Bottom Line takes a look at the strategy and its risks.

But the company opened its most stores in 20 years last year as operators shift to unit growth.

Points for Pies uses artificial intelligence to determine whether customers are eating pizza and awards points, no matter where it’s from.

As brands face franchisee unrest, Domino’s provides a reminder of why it’s been successful, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The company says “fortressing” will build sales and protect its market from third-party delivery.

A challenging year brought fundamental shifts in the market and a white-elephant sale of troubled concepts.

The three were the only restaurant companies included on Glassdoor’s annual rating of the top places to work.

Despite a trend toward industry consolidation, CEO Ritch Allison says the company has enough growth on its own, says RB’s The Bottom Line.