5 Things Every Hospitality Business Owner Should Consider in the Tax Reform Law

5 Things Every Hospitality Business Owner Should Consider in the Tax Reform Law

The new tax law contains some of the biggest changes we’ve seen in tax policy in the last 30 years. Some of the changes will be beneficial to your business and some will not. Our goal is to help you sort them out to maximize the benefits to your business and plan for the changes.

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Sponsor: Scott and Company LLC



E-Commerce Tax Decision Can Hurt Retailers

E-Commerce Tax Decision Can Hurt Retailers

Small businesses and retailers around the country will undoubtedly face new challenges as they are tasked with collecting online sales tax.

Type: General

Sponsor: Scott and Company LLC


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Papa John's kicks Schnatter out of HQ, acts to fix brand, company culture

Papa John's kicks Schnatter out of HQ, acts to fix brand, company culture

Investors are showing their approval in the actions taken thus far by Papa John's to act on the problems inflicted by its founder's words. Stocks were up decisively at the close of markets last week, so Papa John's leadership is pressing full-steam ahead to distance itself from its controversial founder.

Commodities: Pizza brands make nice gains ... especially Papa John's

Commodities: Pizza brands make nice gains ... especially Papa John's

Despite the global news swirling around Papa John's brand and its controversial founder, John Schnatter, it was a pretty profitable week for pizza restaurateurs in the U.S., with all the brands monitored by this site showing gains last week.

Commodities: A good news-bad news kind of week

Commodities: A good news-bad news kind of week

Commodity and pizza stock prices were a true blend of good and bad news last week with the bright spots in this week's report revolving around a plentiful cheese supply and healthy crude oil inventories.

A smart new source for pizza payment, financial info

A smart new source for pizza payment, financial info

Contemplating going cashless, accepting Bitcoin and adding online and mobile payment options are just a few decisions restaurateurs and retailers are facing these days, but making those decisions just got easier.

Kotipizza's sizzling summer starts with record-breaking sales

Kotipizza's sizzling summer starts with record-breaking sales

June was a sizzler for Northern European brand, Kotipizza, which reported record-breaking sales for the month and a 14.7 percent same-store sales increase in June.

Commodities: A brutal week for most pizza brands

Commodities: A brutal week for most pizza brands

Growing pizza commodity prices, but falling stock prices for most brands, left pizza restaurateurs with a weekend headache and hopes for a better July.

Commodities: Prices down on some pizza ingredients

Commodities: Prices down on some pizza ingredients

Restaurateurs enjoyed lower costs last week on the commodities markets with cheese, vehicle fuel and some wheat prices falling, while two of the publicly traded pizza brands monitored by this website got votes of confidence from investors.

Caterers can make $6 for every dollar invested in food waste

Caterers can make $6 for every dollar invested in food waste

Restaurant brands with large catering arms would do themselves a favor by cutting food waste, according to a news report that found that every $1 invested in food-waste reduction saved more than $6 in operating costs.

Commodities: Gas demand up, some grades' prices down

Commodities: Gas demand up, some grades' prices down

Despite an all-time high consumer demand, there was downward movement over the last week in some gas prices. Unfortunately, the same trend was in effect for most publicly traded pizza brands.

Commodities: Big smiles at Domino's, little grins at Papa John's

Commodities: Big smiles at Domino's, little grins at Papa John's

At the closing bell last Friday, the leadership behind two pizza stocks that have had very different stories this year were both likely going out for a celebratory drink.

Commodities: Stock traders, gas producers take toll on pizza brands last week

Commodities: Stock traders, gas producers take toll on pizza brands last week

Food commodity prices last week dropped in trading, but increasing prices on all types of fuel, including natural gas more than made up for any potential gains their for pizza restaurateurs.

Pizza Hut partnering with Telepizza to grow global footprint

Pizza Hut partnering with Telepizza to grow global footprint

Pizza Hut and Telepizza have partnered in a huge deal that will elevate both brands' status in Latin America, Spain, Andorra, Portugal and Switzerland.

Commodities: A good week ... unless you're Papa John's

Commodities: A good week ... unless you're Papa John's

Commodities down, stock prices up make a good week for all the brands monitored here, except Papa John's, which took a serious hit in value last week after its earnings report.

Commodities: Cheese, wheat, auto fuel get pricier

Commodities: Cheese, wheat, auto fuel get pricier

Most pizza stocks monitored by this site took hits last week during trading, though one brand did get some love from Wall Street.

Commodities: Domino's, Papa Murphy's win big

Commodities: Domino's, Papa Murphy's win big

It was a storybook ending last week on the stock market for Domino's and Papa Murphy's.

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