Whether the client is an office with a few employees or a giant business with thousands, Seamless believes it has the answer to its lunch-and-dinner delivery needs. If asked, it will go very large.
For Darden Restaurants, its latest earnings report had a good deal of good news -- enough to take the stock to another all-time high.
When Brad Lamensdorf talks about Chipotle, the company, he'll discuss how management has gotten much right. When he talks about Chipotle, the stock, that's another matter.
The fourth-quarter numbers surpassed Wall Street's outlook -- but the view for 2015 appeared to be not enough for traders, as shares fell in the late session.
McDonald's reported a horrific sales month for February, especially in the U.S., where same-store sales slumped 4%, a far-worse result than analysts had estimated.
Sonic was trading at its latest record price Monday, bringing its gain for 2015 to 23% and its increase in the past 52 weeks to 65%, after it reported a jump in sales.
McDonald's takes plenty of criticism, and there's certainly no shortage of advice on how to return the Golden Arches to its days of glory.
With its stock trading at a record high, at a valuation matching its peak of at least the last five years, Papa John's wasn't in any position for a misstep.
Despite a shortfall on earnings per share, Domino's had such a strong quarter of sales that traders on Wall Street decided the profit miss wasn't worth spending too much time worrying about.
For Domino's and Papa John's, two of the nation's largest pizza chains, the mammoth multiyear rallies in their stocks mean neither has any margin for error.
McDonald's new CEO Steve Easterbrook officially starts work in a week. But don't be surprised if, once he does, investors are lacking patience.
Noodles & Co. was having its worst day ever as a publicly traded stock Friday as its ultrahigh valuation -- even after a 27% drop in 2014 -- had no chance to withstand weaker-than-anticipated quarterly numbers and a lowered outlook.
Potbelly, the sandwich maker whose stock spent its first few months on the market going in reverse, was having its best day ever on Wednesday. However, the gain likely was getting a boost from the fact that short sellers have a significant position in the name.
Whole Foods is sounding like a company that knows what it is, not one that's enduring some great internal debate about what it should be instead.
First-quarter earnings are due after the close of trading Wednesday. Analysts are anticipating earnings of 45 cents a share and sales of $4.67 billion.
McDonald's posted weak global sales again in January, but the latest monthly report from the restaurant owner provided at least some reason to be hopeful about the U.S., its largest market, in 2015.
Chipotle delivered again on the bottom line, topping estimates for already tremendous growth, but its sales were lighter than the latest Wall Street estimates.
Wendy's is continuing with its plan to own fewer and fewer of its restaurants, saying Tuesday it will sell another 500 stores on the way to operating only 5% of its system by the middle of 2016.
Chipotle investors have gotten used to otherworldly performances from the Denver-based burrito seller, and in a few days they'll find out if they get to gloat once again -- or if they instead get to deal with a rare misstep.
In one of the leading non-surprising, yet still-most-talked-about news items of 2015, shares of Shake Shack were soaring on their first day of trading Friday.
Shake Shack, the New York burger seller that's part of the "better burger" movement, had a strong pricing for its IPO late Thursday, the latest indication of considerable investor interest for the stock.