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ICR Roundup: Diets, Delivery and Chipotle

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Denny’s Makes Commitment to 100% Cage-Free Eggs

Denny’s announced plans to move to 100% cage-free eggs by 2026, a move CEO John Miller said the brand has been working on for years.

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Happy New Year Restaurant Stocks

After a miserable second half for many restaurant stocks in 2015, the New Year is already looking to be another stinker. And, that’s after only four days of trading.

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Chipotle Comps -30% in December, Company Subpoenaed In California Outbreak Investigation

Chipotle is not having a happy new year.

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Joella’s Hot Chicken Plans Explosive Growth in 2016

Joella’s Hot Chicken is capitalizing on the southern food trend in a big way.

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Chipotle Stock Dips Below $500 After New E. Coli Investigation

Chipotle shares dipped below the $500 mark at the opening bell as investors deal with yet another E. coli update from the Centers for Disease Control.

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Barteca Holdings, General Atlantic Look for Steady Growth after Equity Deal

Barteca Holdings and private equity partner General Atlantic look to continue thoughtful growth after a recent equity deal.

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The Rate Game and Restaurants

Well the waiting game is finally over, the Fed raised rates .25% in a 10-0 vote yesterday, marking another step away from the dark days of the Great Recession—or is it a dangerous misstep?

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Rigid Credit Agreement Keeps Famous Dave’s on Tight Leash

With the return of famous Dave Anderson, the Famous Dave’s brand (DAVE:NASDAQ) was looking to reinvigorate the troubled barbecue concept. But a new credit agreement will make much more difficult.

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Automation Won’t Kill Jobs, But it Will Change Work

All industries will be disrupted by automation somewhat, but the labor market will adapt as it always has.

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Chipotle Outlines E. coli Response, Comps Down 16% in November

Chipotle has finally outlined the response to the E. coli outbreak that began on Halloween, but revealed the true damage of the outbreak after hours.

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It’s Bankruptcy for Black-Eyed Pea

Black-eyed Pea, founded by Dallas restaurateur Gene Street in 1975, once boasted 150 units, but now it's bankruptcy for the 15-unit chain.

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Late in the Cycle, Diversified Restaurant Holdings Focused on Buffalo Wild Wings

Diversified Restaurant Holdings is primed for growth as it doubles down with the Buffalo Wild Wings brand.

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Dunkin Donuts: Adios Combo Meals

Dunkin Donuts is testing a way to boost the check average by unbundling sandwiches, sides and coffee.

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Labor Commission Pushes $19 Minimum Wage

Minimum wage workers in Berkeley, Calif., could be making $19 an hour if the local Labor Commission has its way.

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