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Pizzeria operators can benefit from planning for the worst-case scenario.
Company plans to double in size within two years.
Social networking sites present new marketing opportunities.
Catering can help boost business, but proper planning is key.
Tony Boombozz proprietor finds delivery, full-service and fast-casual success.
Operators make plans for meat-free offerings as Lent approaches.
NAPICS 2008 gives pizza, ice cream operators real-life business tips.
California's Tony Gemignani heads back to America as the City of Naples Trophy champ.
Credit card companies vow to crack down on data-security breaches.
Employee screening can help restaurant operators hire and retain the best employees for their business.
Specialty crusts are opening the doors to new markets for pizzeria operators.
High-tech mystery shopping is digging up deep details that help restaurateurs improve their operations.
Following is a look at the serious and funny events transpiring last year in the pizza industry.
Caioti Pizza Cafe owner Ed LaDou locates Los Angeles's best pizzas.
Pizza operators looking for equipment can save big bucks buying through online auctions such as eBay. But as with any sight-unseen transaction, buyer beware.
As a teen, Diana Coutu's grandfather said she was natural entrepreneur. Now she wants to grow Diana's Gourmet Pizza to a 100-store chain in the U.S. and Canada.
Lowering energy consumption is helping profits and gaining public recognition for pizza operators.
Sales at pizzerias already are strong in the fall, but sales of wings send them flying. So popular are wings in the U.S., they've evolved into a restaurant subcategory.
Your restrooms matter to customers, and, yes, they require constant attention. But at least the process isn't rocket science.
A new TV ad from the Wingstop chain claims pizzerias should "stick to pizza" and leave wings to the experts.