RB American Group LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Flynn Restaurant Group LP, announced that it has acquired 368 Arby’s restaurants throughout the U.S.
Church's Chicken, the global fried chicken brand that is in the midst of a dramatic turnaround, is bringing even more talent to the brand's marketing department.
The health-forward brand joins the company's growing portfolio.
Promising young concepts attract investors, but how do they stay true to the original mission?
Members of Dunkin's DD Perks loyalty program were impacted by the breach.
The 2,400-unit burger chain started talks with potential buyers.
The fast-food leader is giving franchisees more time to update to the Experience of the Future redesign.
The pizza chain's stock fell on the news.
Cava says the Zoës brand will remain intact for the “foreseeable future.”
Industry deals are challenging the chain's transactions.
Restructured lease agreements without franchise input could damage the chain's revenue stream, the association claims.
The layoffs are a result of the company's ongoing reorganization initiative.
Sales are up. So is check growth.
No deal is assured as the 1,400-unit pizza chain conducts a 'a formal review of all strategic alternatives.'
The pizza chain cut its unit count in the third quarter as sales fell 9.8 percent.
The 169-unit chain closed restaurants in September.
Pollo Tropical and Taco Cabana have stabilized top-line sales. Here's what's next.
Rumors have swirled of a possible deal in recent months.
The company filed for bankruptcy protection ahead of sale.
The nearly 500-unit chain is carrying positive sales into the final quarter of the year.
Beverage innovation and digital changes lifted the java chain to its best performance in five quarters.
Dine-in sales are down to less than 10 percent of total sales in the U.S., and dragging comps in return.
The YUM! Brands chain reported same-store sales gains of 5 percent in the third quarter.
The growing chain's consistent success can be attributed to new innovations in the company’s digital strategy.
Sales and shares are up, but now it's time for long-term solutions.
The nearly 5,000-unit chain is adding a kids menu, refreshing stores, and continuing to improve the national narrative.
The remodel program hits high gear as the fast-food leader looks to boost its U.S. business.
The founder and former CEO asks the company to amend its "poison pill" provision.
Starbucks Coffee Company announced its intention to fully license Starbucks operations in France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg to its longstanding strategic partner Alsea, S.A.B.
The once-promising fast casual filed for bankruptcy protection in early August.