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Long John Silver’s Bucks Franchising Trends and Becomes Largest Owner of Its Restaurants

Long John Silver'sLong John Silver’s announced on Monday that it has acquired 76 restaurants from Indiana-based franchisee ServUS. The franchisees’ outlets are located in Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan.

Designing a Chick-fil-A Uniform

It's no secret that people in general and youngsters in particular place importance on their appearance. Chick-fil-A explains the decision process that goes into their crew wear, keeping in mind how employees are going to feel about wearing them.

Denny's Franchised Restaurants Lag in 1Q Same-Store Sales

Denny'sSame-store sales at Denny’s Corp. company restaurants in the U.S. outperformed franchised units during the first quarter of the year, 3.2 percent vs. 1.2 percent. Franchised restaurants make up nearly 90 percent of the total number of Denny's in America.

Subway Turns Blind Eye to Mayhem Surrounding Its Franchise System

Subway sandwich chain, with over 25,800 units, is facing turmoil as store locations continue to decline and hundreds more face shuttering because of unprofitability.

Sonic Same-Store Sales Fall, but Change Afoot

Sonic Corporation [NASDAQ:SONC] announced on Tuesday a rough ride in its second fiscal quarter for the 3,587 hamburger drive-ins that it oversees.

Fast Casual Pizza Operator Leaders and Laggards

Bret Thorn of Nation's Restaurant News reports on the fast casual pizza segment, which correctly lays out that Mod Pizza and Blaze are leaders in that segment. Mod grows mainly with company owned units and some franchisees, while Blaze does the opposite.

Jamba Store Comps Down; States Halt Franchise Sales

Jamba Juice after dark ​As store comps continued their southerly trend,  Jamba Inc. (NASDAQ:JMBA) filed its 10-Q reports for the first three quarters of 2017 late — on Thursday, March 15, 2018. Having likewise failed to file its franchise disclosure documents before the deadline, the company has lost its ability to sell franchises in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Noodles & Company Reports Negative 2017 Store Comps

Noodles & CompanyNoodles & Company (NASDAQ:NDLS) announced poor performance results for its fourth quarter and 2017 fiscal year.

Tough 2018 Projected for Bojangles' Franchise Owners, but Stock Rallies

New Bojangles' restaurant in KentuckyBojangles’ Inc. [NASDAQ:BOJA] announced on March 6 its 2017 fourth quarter and annual results. For 2017 franchised same-restaurant sales were down 1.1 percent compared to 2016.

After Hy-Brand, Protesting Workers Demand NLRB Halt McDonald’s Settlement Talks

Photo: Workers ask NLRB to halt its settlement talks with McDonald's

McDonald's cooks and cashiers demonstrated last Friday in front of the National Labor Relations Board offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago, demanding the federal government break off settlement talks with the world's largest hamburger chain in light of the NLRB's reversal of the groundbreaking Hy-Brand joint employment case.