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Submit for the 2016 QSR 50 Today!

It's the industry's biggest report: The QSR 50, your annual run-down of the best-performing U.S. quick-service brands. The top 50 companies ranked by U.S. system-wide sales, along with an additional 15 brands contending for the list, will appear in the August 2016 issue of QSR, giving you...

Restaurants Experience First Negative Quarter in Two Years

Chain restaurant same-store sales fell during March, plunging into negative growth territory for the second time in the last three months. At -0.7 percent same-store sales growth, March represented the second worst month since February of 2014. Only January 2016 was slightly weaker at -0.8...

Healthcare Experts Critical Of Stutzman, Young Plans

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Republican hopefuls for Indiana’s U.S .Senate seat are placing the Affordable Care Act in the center of this May’s primary. But, the candidates agree more often than not, and some of their plans are met...

Fitlife Foods Opens First Orlando-Area Location

Fitlife Foods, the Southeast’s leading fresh, prepared meals retailer, will open their first Orlando location in Doctor Phillips, Florida, on Thursday, April 28.

Orange County residents will experience Fitlife’s performance-based lifestyle through fresh, chef-prepared meals, wellness coaching, and more. Fitlife has seven locations in Tampa Bay...

Hot Harry’s Fresh Burritos Hires New Franchise Sales Pro

Rob Rosa, a top-producing sales and marketing professional backed by a 30-year career in sales, real estate, and finance, has joined the Hot Harry’s Fresh Burritos team heading up franchise sales and recruitment responsibilities. Rob will be handling all franchise inquiries including organizing “discovery day...

Terre Haute Adopts New Trash Fee

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Terre Haute residents will pay an extra $10 dollars a month after city council passed a Waste and Refuse ordinance Thursday night.

Mayor Duke Bennett says property tax caps have dropped...