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Jack in the Box

Jack in the Box

The edgy burger chain that thinks outside of the box for menu and marketing innovation

2017 Top 500: Burger

The top three burger chains, all QSRs, own two-thirds of the category's sales.

Consumers say these restaurant chains provide the best guest pampering.

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

Customers rate the best and worst quick-service restaurant chains for bathroom cleanliness in a recent Technomic survey.

Bad financial results have restaurant chain executives citing all kinds of factors for their top- and bottom-line difficulties, from an unexciting football season to high legal fees. Do they have a case? It depends.

As consumers increase their off-premise dining, limited-service operators will continue to study their priorities and habits, as well as borrow ideas from chains who are doing it right.

Chains are doubling up on new dollar menus and value meals to spark sales during this slower time of year.

In addition to measuring chains’ operational attributes, Technomic also rated their connections to consumers through a series of questions designed to gauge loyalty and perception of a brand.

Customers in the San Francisco area can order off the full menu until 3 a.m.