The pizza chain has a franchise deal with an Indian company that's dominating the market. This rapid expansion could also be good news for Dunkin' Brands.
Potbelly crashed after reporting poor preliminary second-quarter results and took some other fast-casual chains along for the ride. However, one of the restaurants that dropped might not have the same problems.
This regional hotel and movie theater owner has upgraded its resorts to cater to electric car owners.
A food technology conference turned up a problem for Chipotle, along with a possible solution.
Big catalogs have paid off for this upscale home furnishings retailer before, so in 2014 Restoration Hardware has sent out even more catalogs.
PetSmart just tanked after a poor quarter, and the earnings call explains management plans to turn the business around.
A breakdown of Nordstrom's first-quarter results explains why the department store did so well in a challenging retail environment and how this is set to continue with online sales.
Target has gotten rid of its CEO after a massive data breach, but recent events indicate the presence of other problems at the retailer as well. One of Target's competitors has not only recovered from a massive data breach of its own, it's also executing better where Target has struggled.
A popular, high-end brand of pet food has boosted PetSmart's performance, but now Nestle's Purina has challenged the brand's health claims.
Taco Bell has come up with another way to enter the fast-casual market. The brand has developed a new restaurant concept for its latest push, the U.S. Taco Co. and Urban Tap Room. What does this mean for Taco Bell, parent Yum! Brands, and other fast-casual and quick-service restaurants?
The big-box retailer's move into organic food may have shaken up some Whole Foods Market investors, but the health-food supermarket and its peers could come out ahead here.
Some details from the S-1 statement of Zoe's Kitchen may help explain the market's excitement about this stock.
Expansion plans, a market share gain, and more drug patent expirations show that Walgreen could end the year on a high note.
A classic movie about the future could give Nike a very popular product in 2015.
Car-sharing services could result in fewer car purchases according to a new survey. Potential beneficiaries from this trend include the car-rental companies Avis and Hertz.
Online ordering, international growth, and quality equipment could work in Papa John's favor.
Fifth & Pacific will keep its most important brand while boasting a much stronger balance sheet in 2014.
Proposed generic drug rules in the TPP could be bad news for Walgreen, Rite Aid, and CVS.
A captive audience could be good for high-end retailers like Coach, Estee Lauder, and Michael Kors.
This is a setback, but the company has a plan ready.