U.S. restaurants are seeing increased success abroad, but not without overcoming hurdles, executives of leading brands acknowledge. “Today, it’s not just about serving your local community, although that’s where it starts — it’s a global business,” said Sarah Lockyer, editor-in-chief of Nation’s Restaurant News, who led a panel during the People Report-Black Box Intelligence-sponsored Global Best Practices conference last week in Richardson, ...
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