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Yum! Brands hits a new 52-week high after its Q1 earnings report.
Despite a new product launch, U.S. sales were down 5 percent in Q1.
Consumers want to see and share photos, particularly those that are relevant to the business.
Mystery shoppers provide a different level of feedback than customers; don't discount either channel.
Wheat is 17 cents higher than a week ago.
As Celiac Awareness Month approaches, one industry expert predicts the diet's growth will continue for the next few years.
Mobile improves management and boosts employee morale, and cloud technology can enhance efficiency and cut IT costs.
If used right, gamification can foster greater efficiency and an overall improved customer experience.
Gas prices continue to climb sharply with the implementation of more expensive spring blends.
The brand has endured a major shift toward convenience and speed, but has maintained its values and recipes.
The 15-unit brand wanted many of the same features the big chains offer, as consumers have come to expect them.
Gas prices are nearly 20 cents higher than they were a month ago, driven by spring blends and refinery maintenance.
Top retail analyst Nikki Baird will explore rapidly advancing technology and consumer tolerance for being tracked.
Restaurants should work with chefs and suppliers to ensure healthier meals, and even include kids in focus groups.
The current buzz in marketing is 'engagement' and the best way to achieve that is to strive for a bit of emotion.
As large pizza chains claim an advantage with high cheese prices, smaller concepts tout quality and experience.
Restaurant brands 'launch' clear coffee, a kale shake and an edible pizza box.
The company's goal is to become the 'preferred restaurant of choice' by offering nutritional improvements.
The average cost of fuel is 10 cents more than it was a month ago.
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