Outback Steakhouse just may be country music star Jake Owen’s biggest fan.
If there’s one thing Bloomin’ Brands is going to file away from its COVID-19 journey, it’s simplification.
On Wednesday, Bloomin’ Brands voted to reinstate the salary of CEO David Deno with the brand reopening more than three-fourths of its U.S. footprint.
Bloomin’ Brands’ decision not to furlough workers at the company level all
In the week that ended May 3, Bloomin’ Brands had 23 Outback restaurants open for limited dine-in service.
So far, Bloomin’ Brands has achieved something few restaurant chains can claim during the COVID-19 pandemic: The company hasn’t laid off or furloughed any employees as a result of the crisis. ...
Bloomin’ Brands CEO David Deno joined the rank of restaurant executives electing to forgo their salaries in an effort to help frontline workers, the casual-dining company revealed Friday in a secur ...
Some casual-dining brands are switching their operation model and increasing liquidity as they chart through several unknowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three months after announcing the exploration of strategic alternatives, Bloomin’ Brands is not ready to sell—a
Bloomin’ Brands, the parent company of Outback Steakhouse, announced Thursday a restructuring of leadership, including two executives departing and Elizabeth Smith stepping down as executive chairm ...