An activist gives investors a sense of hope for the first time in a while.
News & Analysis: Dave & Buster's Entertainment
Shares of the eat-and-play chain were gaining on Friday after an activist investor revealed a stake.
To put your money where your mouth is, consider two hot concepts and one chain that has gone a bit cold.
Thanks to stubbornly weak customer traffic, a slower expansion pace may be in the cards for 2020.
If you believe in comps, the answer is probably no.
The restaurant chain is slowing its expansion pace to focus more on improving results at existing locations.
Three companies that were flying high a year ago -- a high-energy restaurant operator, a functional beverages distributor, and a furniture specialist -- all hit 52-week lows last week.
It has been opening new restaurants at a rapid clip, but that can't solve the company's fundamental problem.
The latest earnings report shows the arcade/bar chain has a same-store sales problem that's plaguing growth.
PLAY earnings call for the period ending November 3, 2019.