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Award-Winning Chef David Burke figured out the secret to longevity in the restaurant business.
Shares of Fogo de Chao (FOGO) continued their move higher on Friday after the Brazilian steakhouse's bankers priced its IPO shares above their initial range.
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With 40 restaurants under three high-end steakhouse brands, Del Frisco's CEO Mark Mednansky says it's a good time to be in the restaurant industry because affluent customers did well through the recession and are spending again
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The casual-dining sector is offering a number of stretched valuations, most notably in Red Robin.
President Obama will reportedly nominate U.S. Federal Reserve Vice-Chair Janet Yellen to replace Ben Bernanke.
Despite its earnings beat, the prospects for its secondary offering don't look great.
Del Frisco's Restaurant Group CEO Mark Mednansky says the bull market and strong execution are keeping shares of the steakhouse chain hot.
This week's restaurant earnings should offer clues on the consumer and on food prices.
Consumers with less spending money will feel the pinch of higher prices as restaurant stocks are squeezed on profits.
Young people are eating out far less -- though companies that serve homebodies should do well.
The next few days will overflow with fresh earnings and economic data.
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Bloomin Brands and CKE IPOs leave IPO Desktop president Francis Gaskins hungry for more performance.