The telegenic chef is reportedly recruiting major investors.
Seven of those are in New York.
At least 41 new stores are on the way.
The deal could value the struggling company at $123 million.
Founding motto: "Hooters just wasn't racy enough."
They're completing their acquisition of Tonx.
"There will be something created just for Tokyo, and I will personally see every aspect of development," the chef says.
Hope you like crinkle-cut French fries.
He's coming to Caesars in early 2015.
It's inked a $29 million deal with investors.
The coffee giant is also building a dedicated roastery for its Reserve line.
The Shack Burger triumphs.
The empire-building sweets chain is optimistic about locally sourced buttercream.
Yes, dividends do come with those fries (and that shake).
Everybody stop freaking out.
While supplies last, of course.
The East Village dessert and pastry destination has very big plans.
"We're huge fans of Williamsburg, but at the moment we don't have anything concrete to share."
An opportunity for Colombians to buy back overpriced cups of their own coffee.