Lisa Jennings

Lisa
Jennings
West Coast Bureau Chief,
Nation's Restaurant News

Phone: 424.278.1400

From the Los Angeles office, Lisa Jennings covers companies based in the West, including California, Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Alaska and Hawaii.

Articles
Latest minimum wage strikes expand beyond restaurant industry
Demonstrations calling for $15 hourly wage reach an estimated 190 cities
Taco Bell to go global
Leadership changes spur a plan to open 1,300 restaurants overseas
Restaurant Marketing Watch: Noodles & Company shifts marketing message
Company to focus more on quality of ingredients
Hard Rock names new COO of corporate cafes
Michael Beacham moves from franchise side to oversee growth
McDonald’s introduces clementines as Happy Meal option
Seasonal menu item is latest move in chain’s child nutrition efforts
Dunkin’ Donuts continues California expansion
Five new agreements will bring 63 more locations to West Coast
Restaurant Marketing Watch: Operators try to stand out with gift card offers
Restaurants angle to get larger piece of overall gift card purchases with special offers, features
President Obama to address immigration with executive order
Move could hurt long-term reform, restaurant industry members, Republican lawmakers say
Habit Burger raises $90M in public debut
Share price more than doubles in opening day pop
Habit Burger prices IPO at $18 per share
Price is higher than projected range of $14 to $16 per share
Qdoba expects 4Q momentum to continue in 2015
Same-store sales projected to reach double digits next year
McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, more tap into 'build your own' trend
Mature restaurant chains are catching up with food customization
Quiznos opens Southeast Asian units
While domestic counts decline, operator pushes international expansion
5 ways restaurants build diversity at the top
Starbucks, McDonald’s, Jack in the Box, more share proven strategies to foster inclusion in upper management
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