“We were looking for an entrepreneurial bank,” said Mike Rozman, CEO and co-founder of online lending platform, BoeFly.
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Jack in the Box’s road to a possible sale, now in its sixth month, is “painful” to members of the national franchisee association who say they object to cuts in general & administrative expenses to make the brand attractive to potential buyers but harm the operators, according to Michael Norwich, chairman of the association’s board.
When Kitchen United’s first virtual kitchen opens in the River North neighborhood in Chicago, scheduled for early this month, Dog Haus will be one of a dozen brands testing the viability of a mobile-ordering and delivery-only restaurant.
“If people are looking at multiple fitness brands, trying to decide which one to go with, that’s a big red flag,” says co-founder Devan Kline, who wants franchisees who only have eyes for Huntersville, North Carolina-based Burn Boot Camp.
Chick-fil-A shares some of its tricks (and a few “what ifs”) as it aggressively pushes toward a truly connected restaurant.
Just a few weeks into a test of delivery for Wetzel’s Pretzels, new CEO Jennifer Schuler counts two surprises, in a good way.
When the Magellan Explorer departs on its maiden voyage to Antarctica in November the adventure expedition ship will have one more amenity.
Hyatt just announced plans to open new locations in the hip U.S. cities of Nashville, Austin and Memphis. Each will be built in the downtown areas, expressly designed for “savvy explorers” looking to build out their Instagram profiles.
Shuckin’ Shack Oyster Bar, which started as a 900-square-foot shack in Carolina Beach, North Carolina, in 2007, is heading inland for growth.
While restaurant operators need little reminder about labor headaches, a new survey shows how they are reacting.