First chief executive of cheeseburger-slider concept initially tasked with growth in Gulf South Smalls Sliders, a cheeseburger-slider concept, named Joe Lewis CEO. Lewis becomes the first chief executive of the […]
15-year chain veteran to support seafood concept’s growth in new role Captain D’s has promoted Bindi Menon to chief marketing officer. Menon formerly served as vice president of national marketing […]
Former head of Black Box Intelligence returns to casual-dining segment restaurant c-suite Red Lobster has chosen Black Box Intelligence executive Kelli Valade as its new CEO effective August 2, 2021. […]
Buffalo Wild Wings new president is Lyle Tick, a marketer, advertiser and merchandise executive with a deep repertoire across several retail brands and marketing agencies. Parent company Inspire Brands made the announcement... after the acquisition of Buffalo Wild Wings by Arby’s Restaurant Group, closely-held by Roark Capital at the time. 1,200-unit Buffalo Wild Wings and the Atlanta-based Inspire Brands executive team are looking for a big turnaround
Ruth’s Hospitality Group, the operator of the fine-dining Ruth’s Chris Steak House chain, reported Q2 2018 results, posting total revenue of $103.5 million, up 9.6 percent from last year. Company-operated stores posted comparable sales growth of 1.3 percent from last year, comprising a 0,1 percent decrease in traffic, offset by a 1.4 percent increase in average check. Net income rose to $9.6M, compared to $7.8M in the same period last year. .. The three buckets for the 2.0 remodel initiative are brand, capacity and bar changes. Those remodels that have addressed capacity are the most opportunistic remodels and have played a role in sales performance, noted Haak.
John H. Schnatter. It will no longer sublease office space to Schnatter. This follows the resignation of the former chairman and his removal as spokesperson for the the company, which had already been announced—his Founder Agreement, had already been terminated by the same committee... Papa John’s announced Shnatter’s removal from advertising following use of "N" word.
Starbucks will see its chief financial officer, Scott Maw, retire November 30. Maw started with the company as global controller in 2011 and later was promoted to senior vice president of corporate finance. Maw has a background in insurance and financial services, and is a graduate of Gonzaga University.