Sarah E. Lockyer

Sarah
E. Lockyer
Editor-in-chief,
Nation's Restaurant News


Sarah E. Lockyer is responsible for Nation's Restaurant News content strategy and award-winning editorial efforts, including the largest B2B foodservice site, NRN.com, the bi-weekly magazine, multimedia features and social media. Lockyer joined NRN in 2004 as Financial Editor, covering mergers and acquisitions, economic trends and financing. In 2009, she was named Executive Online Editor. Prior to joining NRN, Lockyer was a business reporter at American Banker. A graduate of the University of Michigan and Northwestern University, Lockyer currently lives in Manhattan with her husband and adorable pit bull, Marley.

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Sarah E. Lockyer
NRN: Combining forces  1
Editor-in-chief Sarah E. Lockyer on the future of Nation's Restaurant News as an integrated brand
2013 Executives to Watch
Restaurant execs to watch in 2013 
Nation's Restaurant News takes a look at 10 restaurant executives to watch as they lead their brands to success in 2013
New NRN.com
Top 10 features of the new NRN.com 

From the News Dashboard and the Top 100 data tables to the debut of The NRN Social 200 index, learn more about the new, upgraded NRN.com.

Farmer, restaurant operator dialogue focuses on consumer education 
MUFSO panelists discuss sourcing and animal welfare
MUFSO 2012 kicks off in Dallas 
The 53rd annual MUFSO conference began Sunday
Restaurant IPOs: To market, to market 
Looser restrictions, investor interest help fuel public offerings.
Restaurant operator outlook on sales, margins is clouded 
NRN-MillerPulse survey finds sentiments have soured
McDonald's same-store sales miss in July 
Analysts cite economic headwinds, segment competition
WFF Executive Summit looks to build foodservice leaders 
Event is focused on developing the leadership ranks of the industry
Top social media restaurant brands showcase customer engagement 
Brands can engage, retain customers via social media
Top 100: A Q&A with project director Alan J. Liddle 
Trends that support the largest foodservice brands
Top 100: Mergers and acquisitions shift industry fortunes 
Billions of dollars shift in 2011, 2012 via M&A
Supreme Court health care ruling expected next week 
Insights into decision's potential effects on foodservice
Lending incentives help boost economy 
Experts say government policies encouraging loans can bolster business, economy
Taking stock of IPOs 
2012 shaping up to be an active year for restaurant public offerings
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