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These 13 companies you’ve never heard of control dozens of the most popular chains in the world, from Burger King to Taco Bell
Some of the biggest names in the restaurant industry are actually owned by companies most customers don't know exist.
Applebee’s went from being killed by millennial diners to making the biggest comeback in the restaurant business
Applebee's had the restaurant industry's comeback of the year in 2018.
The CEO behind IHOP and Applebee’s perfectly illustrates how US restaurants could be one of the biggest winners of Trump’s trade war
Steve Joyce, the CEO behind Applebee's and IHOP, explained how President Trump's trade war is actually a big win for the US restaurant industry.
The CEO behind Applebee’s reveals how the Dollarita played an essential role in the chain’s turnaround
The Dollarita was the game changer that Applebee's needed to turn around its business.
A bankrupt Applebee’s franchisee claimed in a lawsuit that IHOP’s ‘ballyhooed rebranding’ as IHOb put its burger sales at risk...
Applebee's second-biggest franchisee, RMH Holdings, is claiming in a lawsuit that its parent company, Dine Brands, put its burger sales at risk by allowing sister brand IHOP to temporarily change its name to IHOb.
A 3 a.m. bankruptcy filing, unpaid millions, and IHOb burgers: Inside the $23 million battle raging within Applebee’s
Applebee's parent company, Dine Brands, and its second-largest franchisee, RMH Holdings, are battling in court, with Dine Brands attempting to take control of dozens of the franchisee's restaurants.
IHOP's burger sales quadrupled after the chain, the International House of Pancakes, temporarily changed its name to IHOb, the International House of Burgers. The promotion was a "huge success," according to IHOP executives.
The CEO of Applebee's and IHOP called the "death of casual, family dining" coming at the hands of millennials "false news." But CEO Stephen Joyce said to Business Insider that Applebee's has made some mistakes in trying to win over younger customers.
Applebee's and IHOP's parent company, Dine Brands, is planning to acquire a new fast-casual chain by the end of 2018. "We want to get into a category that's growing faster than the categories we're in," Dine Brands CEO Stephen Joyce told Business Insider.