One Restaurant that Maintains Consistent Margins in Challenging Times
Better cost management and a higher degree of franchised operations are the only ways to mitigate the impact of slower restaurant sales growth.
Activist Investing Won't Save This Company
Activist investors have donned capes to rescue this company, but does it really need saving to begin with?
1 Reason Denny’s Will Struggle In 2014
Here's why Denny's sales are likely to disappoint in 2014.
5 Surprising Facts About Denny's
These facts show that Denny's is a lot more than a late-night eatery for 20-somethings.
3 Stocks to Capitalize on the New Culture of Frugality
If you are looking for stocks benefitting from the latest consumer trends, companies serving the needs of bargain hunting customers might also be the ones to consider for your stock portfolio.
Denny’s Is Leaving Olive Garden and Red Lobster In the Dust
Denny's is going in a new direction by tapping into new markets.
This Isn’t Your Average Casual-Dining Restaurant
Casual-dining chains are the restaurant industry’s equivalent of middle-market department stores, where their offerings are typically undifferentiated in terms of both product offerings and price attractiveness. Denny’s, which call itself ‘America's Diner,’ is an exception among its casual-dining peers.