Texas Roadhouse announced June 21 that president Scott Colosi retired from the company. The move went into effect the previous day.
In the early days of Texas Roadhouse, you would have needed an atlas and a whole lot of time to drive between locations. There was a store in Cincinnati. Sarasota and Clearwater, Florida.
Texas Roadhouse’s top-line sales and traffic remain enviable by industry standards. But there’s no question the labor war, especially at the hourly level, is taking its toll.
The Honeybee Conservancy (HBC) welcomes Texas Roadhouse as a sponsor for the nationwide Sponsor-a-Hive program. Since its launch in 2015, Sponsor-a-Hive has supplied millions of vital pollinators t
In 2018, economists from Miami and Trinity Universities used Congressional Budget Office methodology to measure the effect a $15 federal minimum wage might have on the workforce.
Texas Roadhouse has drawn a line in the sand in regards to margin pressure.
For some time now, Texas Roadhouse’s guarded approach and its ability to control costs have toed a fine line. Has that challenge finally caught up to the high-performing steakhouse?
Often when publicly traded brands report quarterly results, the performance is relative to their own success or troubles.
For all intents and purposes, Doug Thompson helmed the chief operating officer role at Texas Roadhouse for the past three years, ever since Steve Ortiz’s 2015 retirement.
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