Thank the high heavens for the Buffalo Wild Wings Button. For about six and a half quarters, the 2013 Western Conference finals was as exciting as the CSPAN channel. San [...]
Buffalo Wild Wings is set to make a huge change, switching from per-piece wing ordering to a portion size system. In this switch, the company hopes to get better control of its costs by synching up the way it charges for wings with the...Show More Summary
Larger chickens are causing a headache at B-Dubs, but management has a plan to stop the pain.
By Valuentum: Best Ideas Newsletter holding Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD) reported a mixed bag for its first quarter as high wing costs weighed on profitability. Revenue managed to grow 22% year-over-year to $304 million, exceeding consensus expectations. Show More Summary
He's still got it.
Buffalo Wild Wings (NASDAQ:BWLD) has a serious weight problem. Sure, the restaurant chain reported strong sales growth again this week. Revenue was up by better than 21%, marking the eighth consecutive quarter where sales rose by 20% or more. Those are results that other restaurants can only dream of. Fast-growing Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. (NYSE:CMG), [...]
Buffalo Wild Wings has a serious weight problem. Sure, the restaurant chain reported strong sales growth again this week. Revenue was up by better than 21%, marking the eighth consecutive quarter where sales rose by 20% or more. Those are results that other restaurants can only dream of. Show More Summary
How fatter birds are killing B-Dubs' profits.
How much growth could Buffalo Wild Wings have ahead?
The following video is from Friday's Motley Fool Money roundtable discussion with host Chris Hill, and analysts Jason Moser, Ron Gross, and Andy Cross. Shares of Buffalo Wild Wings fell this week after the restaurant chain reported an 11% decline in first-quarter earnings. Show More Summary
Some companies are such obvious values that I have a hard time buying the shares. I’m unfortunately part of a club of non-investors in a concept I should have bought a long time ago…Panera Bread Co (NASDAQ:PNRA). Actually it’s even worse than that, I owned Panera Bread Co (NASDAQ:PNRA) at one point. In fact, I [...]
By Chris Katje: Publicly traded Craft Brew Alliance (BREW) is the owner of three key craft beer brands. The company, through two mergers, owns the brands Redhook, Widmer, and Kona. One of those brands (Redhook) has a partnership coming...Show More Summary
Based on the aggregated intelligence of 180,000-plus investors participating in Motley Fool CAPS, the Fool's free investing community, restaurant operator has earned a respected four-star ranking. With that in mind, let's take a closer...Show More Summary
Market-trouncing returns could be written in this 4-Star.
Investors should have seen this one coming. Buffalo Wild Wings (NASDAQ:BWLD) just reported earnings, and apparently investors didn’t like what they saw. The stock, which had been on a big run since their last quarterly report, is down over 4% today. The bad news for investors is, this company has a few problems that are [...]
By Chris Katje: Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD) reported first quarter earnings that were down from last year. However, several important takeaways from the company's earnings call provide details of future growth. Expanding Outside Wings Over...Show More Summary
Shares of Buffalo Wild Wings fell more than 4% after what seemed like a solid earnings report. Here's what happened.
Though shares of Buffalo Wild Wings rose more than 4% in Monday's after-hours trading following a strong quarterly report from the company, the stock fell into a tailspin Tuesday morning after a pair of analyst downgrades stemmed investors'...Show More Summary
Shares of Buffalo Wild Wings have taken a hit. Is it time to get in on this stock, or have these wings lost their flavor?
The following video is from Tuesday's Investor Beat, in which host Chris Hill and analysts Andy Cross and Jason Moser dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day. Buffalo Wild Wings' first-quarter earnings fell 11% and shares slid on Tuesday. Show More Summary