Texas Roadhouse has long been a company that leads with hospitality and keeps its focus within the four walls. Delivery doesn’t line dance.
More members of Texas Roadhouse’s C-suite have joined top executive Kent Taylor in forgoing their salary to serve as a second round of funding for hourly employees.
Texas Roadhouse CEO Kent Taylor has elected to forgo his base salary and incentive bonus, the steakhouse chain revealed Wednesday in a securities filing.
Some casual-dining brands are switching their operation model and increasing liquidity as they chart through several unknowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are some parallels forming between Texas Roadhouse and its spin-off concept, Bubba’s 33. Namely, an element of patience.
For the vast majority of restaurants, joining the third-party delivery bandwagon is a must to increase off-premises sales and capitalize on the convenience-crazed movement.
As Texas Roadhouse grappled with rising labor costs, the brand stressed balance. The message was straightforward, but it wasn’t simple.
When asked about the state of the Texas Roadhouse employee, chief executive Kent Taylor said Monday, “As I've gone into a lot of our competitors’ restaurants, I've realized that we hire all the coo ...
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Texas Roadhouse announced June 21 that president Scott Colosi retired from the company. The move went into effect the previous day.