Subway CEO Suzanne Greco retires

Trevor Haynes will serve as interim CEO while the struggling chain looks for a replacement.


Bay Area seafood chain enlists industry vets for expansion push

The changes include giving casual-dining veteran Mike Hislop a bigger role.

The chain took a nontraditional approach to promoting its new Manhattan location, which included a double-decker bus tour through New York City.

Chris Martone used to have a very different life, culinarily speaking.

CHICAGO (October 28, 2010 - The Packer)—An Illinois division of Houston-based Sysco Corp. was the likely source of food consumed by people sickened by...

Big names are grabbing a piece of this hot segment.

The practice is called value engineering. The challenge, says his contractor Rob Mescolotto, is the extra time it takes to research alternate materials.

One-liners concerning wimps, going naked and princess crowns give RLC attendees insight into the minds of some of the top industry leaders.

The $270.9-billion restaurant sector will grow 3.2% in 2004, up from 2.9% in 2003, according to the annual industry forecast report of Technomic, Inc.,...

Arby’s led things off with a challenge to Subway. Fight! Fight! Fight! Some Beef O’Brady’s down south may be regretting a free beer idea. What could possibly go wrong? And an indie in Los Angeles had the bright idea to paint a donkey. PETA, line one.

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