- WHITE PAPERS
Toppers Pizza closed out the tenth period of 2015 with a healthy spike in sales.
Dinova reported that corporate spending in restaurants increased 9.7 percent year-over-year in the third quarter of 2015.
Consumer demand for casual dining a big reason for retailer's move into pizza market.
Total revenue increased 28.6 percent to $14.5 million compared to $11.3 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2015.
Franco’s Best Pizza in Lawrenceville, Georgia, announced it has expanded its location to offer dine-in service.
Dogtown Pizza in St. Louis is celebrating nine years of business.
Cicis is going "Beyond Pizza" with a refreshed brand identity. The chain unveiled its new branding along with its newly identified core brand positioning of "Feeding Individuality.'
Restaurant point-of-sale developer SpeedLine Solutions announced a new payment and guest-rewards integration with Mercury StoreCard.
Domino’s is replacing an existing $200M open-market repurchase authorization with a new $800M authorization, which includes a $600M accelerated buyback.
NCR Small Business is upgrading its tablet point of sale system, NCR Silver, to give small business and franchises new marketing, inventory and communication features.
Domino's announced strong financial results for the third quarter of 2015.
Russo's New York Pizzeria and Russo's Italian Kitchen plan to accelerate U.S. and international expansion.
The top concerns for merchants are competing small businesses, changing EMV requirements as well as the overall state of the economy and how it will impact business during Q4 and into 2016.
The Dallas Stars and Dallas Mavericks professional sports teams and American Airlines Center have made Pizza Hut an official partner.
Domino’s announced same-store sales and store growth for the third quarter of 2015, led by a 10.5 percent gain in U.S. same-store sales. This is one piece of information released by Domino's regarding the third quarter of 2015.
Mike Hilgers will join MOD Pizza as vice president of design and construction, and Darren Medina will serve as vice president of store design.
Bindo has debuted a beta version of its new Bindo POS for Restaurant, an iPad POS system.
Extreme Pizza is one of the first national restaurant chains to adopt eWOM’s new integration with Revention Point of Sale platform, HungerRush online ordering system and mobile ordering applications.
Workers in the quick service restaurant industry in New York state will earn a minimum wage of $15, a raise that will be phased in over three years.
The customer-centric site allowing visitors to view local restaurant info, find locations that deliver to them and get updates from their favorite places.