Tag: restaurant brands international


Restaurant Brands International, Explained

5 days ago

Consider this a cheat sheet for all things happening at Restaurant Brands International.


Popeyes Shuffles Executive Ranks

2 weeks ago

Popeyes reported strong sales growth in 2018, but it needs to start expanding its footprint more quickly.


Tim Hortons Expands to China

4 weeks ago

Tim Hortons is hoping to differentiate itself in China by offering shrimp sandwiches and salads along with its regular coffee menu, but we'd be willing to bet a shrimp sandwich that Tim Hortons isn't going to lure consumers away from Starbucks or Luckin.


Burger King’s ‘Whopper Detour’ Campaign Led to 1.5 Million App Downloads

1 month ago

Who cares if the chain is tracking your location data? There are one cent Whoppers to be had.


Restaurant Brands International CEO Is Out in Executive Shakeup

2 months ago

RBI's brands (Burger King, Tim Hortons, and Popeyes) each have been reporting mediocre comparable store sales in recent quarters. This new leadership structure may provide the boost the company needs.


5 Big Takeaways From Restaurant Earnings Season

4 months ago

Brands are being pulled in all directions but there are consistent messages coming out of earnings season, both in terms of shortcomings and triumphs.


Bill Ackman’s Starbucks Bet Isn’t His First Restaurant Move

6 months ago

In all fairness to non-Ackman investors out there: There are many long-term safe bets in the restaurant industry. Just stick with the major players and you'll do just fine.


Burger King Boosts Parent Company Earnings With Its Surprising Results

1 year ago

Good news for Burger King, which beat expectations with its fourth-quarter numbers. But in the competitive world of fast food, they'll need to continue to adapt — including doubling down on technology — in order to continue this good fortune.


Restaurant Brands Beats Second Quarter Profit Forecasts

2 years ago


Tim Hortons Operators Worry Chain Is Losing Its Canadian Culture

2 years ago

It's too bad Tim Horton's parent company, Restaurant Brands International, is instituting thee changes because you really can't buy this type of positive brand association.