Habit Restaurants, a fast-food restaurant chain known for its burgers, said its IPO was priced at $18 per share, valuing it at about $454.5 million.» Read More
The restaurant and entertainment chain's tweet sparked a bubbling social media firestorm after users blasted its off-color pun.
This stock has nosedived over the past year, but one firm sees significant upside for the restaurant stock.
If you're ready to drop a few Benjamins on delivery or takeout, this is the list for you.
There's good news for the dining-out industry: Jobs creation is improving, gas prices are low and restaurants are seeing seats fill up again.
If Taco Bell's Waffle Taco wasn't quite goofy enough for you, the company's got an equally wacky taco platform coming down the pike.
Officials such as Fed Chair Janet Yellen insist that inflation remains tame, however, an unofficial check suggests quite the opposite.
Olive Garden same-restaurant sales have been declining, but KeyBanc thinks the trend will likely reverse. Here's why.
McDonald's said sales at established restaurants fell across all regions in October.
Curry-flavored crust, honey sriracha drizzle and more: Pizza Hut is betting on big changes to meet changing dining tastes.
Two major breakfast-focused coffee chains may start serving dinner items in 2015.
After widespread customer outcry, Starbucks will bring back a latte this holiday season it planned to drop. USA Today reports.
Hamburger chain Wendy's reported a 20 percent drop in quarterly revenue as it sold more company-owned stores to franchisees.
McDonald's let franchisees choose whether to bring back the McRib this year. Many fans won't be lovin' the outcome.
McDonald's has lifted the curtain on the McRib, one of its most popular limited-time offerings, in a new video to promote transparency.
The struggling chain on Monday plans to announce another revamped menu that tacks on more dishes featuring lobster.
Kat Cole knows how to translate America's guilty pleasures into profits. The Cinabbon CEO, once a Hooters' server, dishes on success.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz defended the company's third-quarter results and shared his high hopes for the future.
Attention java junkies: Starbucks wants to put you one step closer to your morning fix.
The coffee retailer matched Wall Street’s earnings estimates, but global comparable sales and its outlook fell shy of estimates.
For tech-savvy diners, snagging a Taco Bell burrito is now merely a few swipes away.
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