Except for Pizza Hut parent Yum Brands' less-than-appetizing trading price trend, the last week of September was a fairly profitable one for major pizza brands.
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Pie Five and Pizza Inn parent, Rave Restaurant Group said this week that its revenues dropped for both this fiscal year and the company's final quarter that ended June 25. Despite the gloomy news, however, CEO Scott Crane believes mobile ordering and delivery can deliver the brand to more profitable territory.
The leaves may be falling, but pizza stock prices were all up last week, the first week of fall.
Delivery services are expected to grow 51 percent by 2021, bringing a lot of new restaurant food and service categories into a segment that once was the almost exclusive domain of pizza restaurateurs. Is automation the answer to keeping up in this increasingly crowded field?
Do food-of-the-day marketing events, like National Pepperoni Day, preempt a more effective approach to restaurant promotion?
If you're a quick-serve pizza brand, you're probably not feeling the pinch that most other fast casual and higher-service category pizza concepts are seeing in the U.S.
Pizza Hut is getting its own museum next year in its birthplace 58 years ago of Wichita, Kansas.
Aside from Domino's, which jumped in value, most pizza restaurateurs had little to celebrate last week in either trading of their own brands or prices paid on the commodities market.
Pizza restaurateurs play a critical role in their communities after disasters like Hurricane Irma.
A Jacksonville, Florida, Pizza Hut manager prompted a wave of criticism with a memo mandating that staff members in the path of Hurricane Irma were to evacuate no more than 24 hours before the storm and return to work within 72 hours afterward.
7-Eleven is aiming squarely at the restaurant industry with a line of prepared foods to go in its sprawling network of northern Texas stores. Even the news release describing the 15 offerings made it clear that the group's focus is set directly on those increasingly home-bound millennial restaurant customers.
The month of September did not start on much of a high note for pizza restaurateurs, with mostly falling stock prices an higher-trending commodity prices.
Millennials recently became the largest generation in the workforce with over 53 million workers, ushering society into an unprecedented future.
The industry, once again, is proving it’s resilient and will always step up when needed.
Every business likes to run efficiently, save on costs, gain the most out of its resources and optimize operations, but all too often restaurant businesses leave easy money on the table. For example, in the ever-increasing restaurant delivery business, merchants...
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While many restaurateurs might be relieved to hear that a Texas judge struck down the 2016 rule expanding overtime protection to millions of white collar workers, one industry leader said it signaled a need for compromise.
Brands and vendors in the restaurant industry have donated millions of dollars to help flood victims.
The fast casual pizza concept is still new to a lot of people, and the food truck has improved customer awareness of this concept.