All Burger King articles – Page 18

  • Burger King

    Burger King scrapping ‘Have It Your Way’ slogan


    Burger King is scrapping its 40-year-old “Have It Your Way” slogan in favour of the more personal “Be Your Way.”

  • Burger King

    Europe drives Q1 BK sales growth


    A strong performance across Europe, helped Burger King report a 2% increase in comparable sales for the first quarter of the year

  • News

    Firms' suppliers should also shun zero hours contracts: MPs


    Companies that have committed not to employ staff on zero-hours contracts should ensure their supply and distribution chain does that same, according to a new report from MPs in Scotland that concludes such contracts should not be used in most cases

  • Weekend Press

    Weekend press round-up, 12-13 April


    Company results and news Punch Taverns brings in independent restructuring specialist Punch Taverns, Britain’s second biggest pubs group, has brought in an independent corporate restructuring expert to aid long-running discussions over its £2.3bn debt mountain. Dean Merritt, from Talbot Hughes McKillop, is representing the companies that issued Punch’s debt, amid ...

  • McDonalds restaurant
    Analysis & Insight

    Pubs cheaper than fast food outlets for burgers


    Cash-strapped consumers can now get burger meals more cheaply at many pubs than at McDonald’s or Burger King

  • Wagamama restaurant
    Analysis & Insight

    America’s there for the taking


    Known as the ‘godfather of casual dining’, Ian Neill turned Japanese noodle chain Wagamama into a global business worth more than £200m. Here in a piece from Piper Private Equity’s ‘Going Global: 30 Years 30 Insights’, he reveals in full how a crucial lesson was learned in an unlikely location

  • Analysis & Insight

    Sales slow for US restaurants


    The 500 largest US restaurant chains registered a 3.5% annual sales increase in 2013, a significant decline from 4.9% the prior year, according to data released by Technomic

  • Weekend Press

    Weekend press round-up, 22-23 March


    Pubs Pub landlords face tenfold rise in cost of licence Pub landlords could be hit by tenfold rises in the cost of their licences under plans put forward by the Government. The Home Office is proposing to hand the power to set licence fees – paid by bars, pubs and ...

  • News

    Famous Brands targets UK


    Famous Brands International, the US parent company of the TCBY Yogurt and Mrs. Fields Cookies brands that operates more than 900 sites in 33 countries, is targeting a UK launch, M&C Report has learnt

  • Subway

    Subway remains top franchise opportunity


    Subway has been named as the number one franchise opportunity for the fourth year in a row in an annual list of Top 100 Global Franchises by Franchise Direct, the leading online resource for global franchise opportunities

  • Wagamama restaurant
    Analysis & Insight

    Branded dining sector to grow 7.6% by revenue in 2014


    The UK branded dining sector will grow 7.6% by revenue in 2014, with outlet numbers increasing 5.5%, according to figures from Allegra’s Project Restaurant Report

  • News

    East Midlands Airport launches new food court


    East Midlands Airport has opened its brand new food court within the terminal building marking the completion of the second phase of the £12m terminal redevelopment

  • Burger King

    BK reports 1.7% rise in Q4 sales


    Burger King, the fast-food chain, has reported a 1.7% rise in quarterly global sales with very strong results in Asia

  • Domino Pizza From oven

    Domino's appoints interim CEO


    Domino’s Pizza Group has announced that David Wild, currently senior non-executive director of the company, has been appointed as interim chief executive with immediate effect

  • Five Guys

    Itsu’s Carnevale joins Five Guys


    Eduardo Carnevale has left Itsu as its head of training and standards to join Five Guys, the fast-growing US burger brand

  • News

    Euro Garages to expand estate


    Petrol forecourt operator Euro Garages has announced a deal to buy 48 Esso petrol station sites in the Midlands and East Angla as it boosts its geographical coverage

  • Five Guys

    Operators sign up for Lakeside redevelopment


    Wasabi, Rhythm Kitchen and Thai Express have become the latest operators to sign up for units at the £9m redevelopment of Lakeside shopping centre’s food court

  • Jimmys World

    Jimmy’s further strengthens management team


    Jimmy’s World Kitchen has further strengthened its executive team with the appointments of a new property director and operations director as it gears up for its next stage of growth

  • SSP City Bar and Grill

    EQT plans SSP listing


    EQT Partners, the private equity firm behind SSP, is accessing its options for the leading travel concessions operator, with the group tipped for a flotation on the London Stock Exchange toward the second half of this year

  • News

    Lowther to lead Five Guys in the north


    Tim Lowther, who recently oversaw the launch of Shake Shack in the UK, has been named as head of operations UK north for rival chain Five Guys