Dave & Buster’s announced the appointment of Atish Shah to the company’s Board of Directors, effective April 16.
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Dave & Buster’s has been relatively silent this past year, absorbing the ebbs and flows of COVID-19 like a tidal wave.
Rises in COVID cases and added dining restrictions have weighed heavily on Dave & Buster’s, which saw its number of open stores drop from 104 to 89 in early January.
Dave & Buster’s announced that it has appointed James Chambers, a partner and co-founder of Hill Path Capital LP, to its Board of Directors and Audit, Finance and Compensation Committees, effec ...
The purgatory state restaurants find themselves in—wedged between looming vaccine distribution
After going dark for a couple of months in the spring, Dave & Buster’s is continuing its climb to normalcy with top stores nearly reaching prior-year sales levels in recent weeks. ...
Dave & Buster’s, which plans on permanently laying off more than 1,300 workers, said in a filing that bankruptcy may be next if it ca
While it would be an effortless trap to fall into, Dave & Buster’s doesn’t want to get stuck in recent history or the near-term realities of COVID-19.
As devastating as COVID-19 has been on restaurants of all stripes, it was always going to batter social brands like Dave & Buster's harder than most.
Dave & Buster’s announced that it has engaged Mother in New York as its new creative agency of record.