have a significant culinary innovation advantage that could prove difficult for the larger casual dining chains to overcome. Casual dining stocks: CAKE , RRGB , IRG , DIN , DENN , EAT , CBRL , BWLD , FRS , RT , BOBE , BDL . Post your comment!
consequences for the restaurant industry. Restaurant stocks: CAKE , CBRL , CMG , DNKN , DPZ , DRI , EAT , JACK , MCD , PNRA , SONC , WEN , THI , BKW , CHUY , BLMN , PZZA , DENN , KKD , BBRG , DFRG , BOBE , RUTH , IRG , DIN Post your comment!
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Denny's ( DENN ): Q1 EPS of $0.08 beats by $0.01 . Revenue of $114.5M beats by $1.79M . ( PR ) Post your comment!
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33% of the company’s 41.98M share float. The stock has gained 105.1% over the last year. 8. Denny ’ s Corporation ( DENN ): Restaurants Industry. Market cap of $368.97M. Current price at $3.75. Net institutional shares
Gourmet Burgers, Inc. ( RRGB ), O'Charley's Inc. ( CHUX ), Frisch's Restaurants, Inc. ( FRS ) and Denny ' s Corporation ( DENN ). We crunched some numbers, and came up with 5 reasons to have a closer look at this name. Interactive
trends. The firm competes with a wide variety of large casual dining chains, including Chili's, Ruby Tuesday RT, Denny's DENN , and Bob Evans BOBE. Competition remains as fierce as ever, especially during an economic downturn. Many of these firms are