The gourmet burger chain founded by the famous Wahlberg brothers is planning a rapid expansion. The Boston-based chain, called Wahlburgers, is about to open its sixth location in Manhattan's Times Square. Over the next five years, the...Show More Summary
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These guys have big plans for 2016. The original Shake Shack famously got its start inside the kitchen of Eleven Madison Park, and now the (newly tip-free) fine-dining icon — currently co-owned by chef Daniel Humm and Will Guidara —Show More Summary
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Five things you need to know today. It's Thursday, December 3, which means Hanukkah is right around the corner and there's a mere three weeks left to finish your Christmas shopping. You likely blew all your money on Cyber Monday purchases...Show More Summary
Shake Shack is raising prices in January, for the third time in 16 months. Produced by Jacqui Frank. Camera by Emma Fierberg. Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
And, a New York steakhouse is serving a $45,000 Thanksgiving dinner. — Shake Shack's quest to take over the burger world continues, and the Upper Midwest is Danny Meyer's next target. The Shack will open its first Minnesota outpost inside the Mall of America in Minneapolis, with a targeted launch in summer 2016. Show More Summary
"Pearl has always been one of my all-time favorites... " As Shake Shack's international culinary director, Mark Rosati travels the world to expand the ever-growing burger empire and create new menu items. (Tough gig!) "One year, we opened...Show More Summary
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The burger chain announced its prices were going up to accommodate rising worker pay and reignited debate about the impact of minimum wage.
CEO Randy Garutti was on site as hundreds waited in line. The area around Shake Shack's first Japanese outpost took on a festive atmosphere minutes before officially opening Friday morning in the nation's capital. CEO Randy Garutti and...Show More Summary
Your burger and fries will soon be (a tiny bit) pricier. Shake Shack's burgers and crinkle fries are about to get a little more expensive. BuzzFeed reports Shake Shack " plans to increase prices again at the beginning of 2016, likely...Show More Summary
Plus, tracking minimum wage laws across the country. — Late yesterday Shake Shack released its third quarter earnings report, and there was much for investors to be happy about. The Shack reported a 17 percent increase in same store sales, a 67.4 percent increase in revenue, and a renewed commitment to rapid expansion. Show More Summary
The burger chain posted a revenue of $53.3 million.
Shake Shack reported its third-quarter earnings results after the closing bell on Thursday, and the company knocked expectations out of the park. The burger chain reported adjusted earnings per share of $0.12, versus expectations ofShow More Summary
Shake Shack reported third-quarter earnings results after the closing bell on Thursday that crushed it all around. The burger chain reported adjusted earnings per share of 12 cents, against an expected 7 cents according to Bloomberg....Show More Summary
The chain is taking on upscale mass-market burger options. Taking the latest step in its evolution, McDonald's is once again trying to shed its "cheap" label and come off with a touch of class. The burger behemoth is trying out a "Signature...Show More Summary
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