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Starbucks enriches its app with New York Times news

A feed will be provided to loyalty program members for free, starting next year.

Chipotle’s Q3 comps rise on growing traffic, menu-price increases

The Mexican chain also upped its planned unit openings for the year.

Food costs should ease, but the sales gains won't be evenly distributed across all segments, according to the association.

While at least one of its major competitors makes inroads toward a "clean" menu, Pizza Hut is doubling down on ingredient initiatives.

As their restaurant spending grows, Gen Zers continue to flock to the coffee giant, a recent report shows.

Restaurants could be losing one of the industry's key federal protections, and that's not the only extreme possibility that emerged for the business.

These mini trends are ones to keep an eye on—literally.

But the coffee chains also could be expanding too quickly, says RB's The Bottom Line.

Environmental concerns will be center of the plate in the year to come.

Howard Schultz has admitted that he visits the Starbucks Gossip website about once a month for a read on what people are saying about the caffeine empire he leads as CEO. If last week was the occasion for a drop-in, he might be sipping an herbal Tazo right now to ease some jangled nerves.

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