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International momentum attributed to consistency, product quality.
Growth rate predicted to be more than 25 percent in next three years.
Low number of closures in the U.S. is the result of improved store economics.
Yum! Brands' China growth slows.
Latest unit has opened in the newly renovated Seattle Center Armory/Center House, with views of the iconic Space Needle.
Shawn Randazzo starts new company with ambitious marketing strategies.
The American Pizza Community is arguing that the law makes little sense for the pizza segment, which yields 90 percent of all orders from the phone or online.
In my last blog, I discussed what to do once you decide to franchise your restaurant. Now that you've taken those next steps, where do you go from here? The first step is to retain the professionals who you have found.
Machine creates fresh pizzas in 2.5 minutes.
Company will continue to make significant investments in digital platform.
Pizza Inn's sister concept celebrates first anniversary as part of the growing fast casual space.
New report shows that emerging Brazil, Russia, India and China markets have driven growth.
During a Q&A, Sbarro CEO Jim Greco outlined four initiatives for the company: people, place, product and positioning.
The inaugural Top 100 Movers & Shakers features a ranking of the top concepts, leaders and trends in the $38 billion pizza segment.
Sbarro's newly elected CEO Jim Greco discusses the chain's strategy moving forward during the 2012 NRA Show in Chicago. Greco said the chain's vision is to be the pre-eminant fast casual brand worldwide.
During its Q1 earnings call, the company reiterated its premium positioning amidst a highly competitive, deep discounting segment.
Company's Q1 promotional focus was on side items, driving tickets and store profits.
In my last blog, we discussed why your restaurant should be franchised. I will assume that you have listened to what I said and you have now made the decision to become the next McDonalds or Dunkin Donuts.
Multinational corporations have forecasted that developing countries will account for 70 percent of their growth a decade from now.
Operators have successfully weathered changes in spending and eating habits.