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10 restaurant chains with the loudest consumer buzz

These are the brands people are talking about most, on and off social media.


Domino’s testing artificial intelligence for phone orders

The system uses voice recognition to take orders and answer questions.

The chain has partnered with Amazon to add yet another platform to its Anyware digital-ordering suite.

From slightly NSFW marketing to riding out celebrity happenstance, here are some recent social media wins operators can learn from.

Doyle was one of the most consequential chief executives in industry history, and here’s the data to prove it, says RB’s Bottom Line.

Systemwide meetings can serve many purposes—damage control, ideation, recognition, training—but do you need a meeting? Is your message being understood?

DIY pizza is again a growth story, but still a relatively small piece of the pie (only Blaze Pizza has hit the top 200).

More than half of the restaurant industry’s $491 billion in sales come from the Top 500 chains. And these giants grew at a modestly stronger rate, both in terms of sales and store counts, than the industry overall. Restaurant Business focused on the leading 250 performers to identify trends for our first-ever special report delivering lessons from Technomic’s annual Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report. This special package includes lessons for all operators from the largest chains by segment, menu category and more.

Punch cards are a thing of the past; these new initiatives are meeting modern needs at top chains.

To battle the veto vote, Domino’s has debuted new entree salads nationwide.

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