Contingency plans put into place; franchisees told to heed local warnings.
The company marks its 75th consecutive quarter of international same-store growth.
China continues to be Yum! Brands' biggest growth story.
CIT's managing director says financing continues to open up for restaurant companies.
About 150 operators were surveyed on topics such as menu trends, marketing initiatives, technology upgrades, franchising, capital spending and general operations.
Opportunities are available with healthier offerings, leaner proteins and breakfast varieties.
More than 70 percent of franchisees surveyed said they would recommend their brand to other candidates – a strong indicator of job satisfaction.
CEO discusses expansion into new markets, brand differentiating.
Restaurant category dominated by concepts from fledgling fast casual segment.
Always keep in mind that you are looking for 'best practices' within your concept category.
CEO discusses expansion plans, new prototype and successful menu launches.
Italian chain rolling out new recipes, restaurant designs in turnaround bid.
Advances in technology help machines evolve from pretzel-filled office staples to fresh, quick pizza providers.
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.