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Dunkin' Donuts CEO: 'We Have Held the Line On Prices'

Dunkin' Brands CEO David Hoffmann tells TheStreet the chain has held prices steady despite rising labor and food costs.

3 Reasons Wendy's Should Buy John Schnatter's Papa John's

Is Papa John's for sale? It could be, and the buyer may just be burger giant Wendy's.

Inside the Next 60 Years for IHOB (aka IHOP)

IHOP celebrates its 60th birthday by announcing a partnership with delivery service Doordash. The restaurant continues to have eyes on it following an interesting burger promotion that took over Twitter.

Throwback Thursday: The Market Finally Went Green

The market ends in the green, finally.

Chipotle and McDonald's Are Ready to Unleash Their Robots on Pizza Industry

The pizza delivery industry has led in digital, but big players in the fast food space are coming to steal their sales.

Chipotle's Investor Day Could Set the Table for More Explosive Stock Gains

Chipotle will hold a key meeting with Wall Street on Wednesday. Here is what you need to know.

Dunkin' Donuts Should Just Sell Itself Already

Dunkin' Donuts should sell while it still can. Here's a 30 second look at why the coffee powerhouse should go private.

Why Starbucks Stock Is Being Pounded After Revealing 150 Store Closures

Coffee giant Starbucks came out with a shocking report card on its self after the closing bell on Tuesday. Here is some instant analysis from TheStreet.

Jim Cramer: Aramark Is a Great Company but It's Levered to Baseball

Aramark Holdings is a great company but it's more levered to baseball than people thought, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.

Domino's Pizza CFO: We Are Seeing No Impact from the Burger Wars

Domino's Pizza CFO Jeff Lawrence discusses the company's outlook as a new CEO is about to take the helm this month. TheStreet talks with Lawrence at Stifel's 2018 Cross Sector Insight Conference.