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Dine Brands International has entered into a franchising agreement with construction firm Minhas Holdings, headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, to bring more than a dozen IHOP diners to the Toronto market.
Dine Brands Global drives international expansion.
Dine Brands Global Inc., the Glendale restauranteur which owns the IHOP and Applebee’s chains, has signed a franchise development agreement with TravelCenters of America Inc. to open 94 IHOP locations throughout the U.S. over the next five years.
The closure includes locations at the Glendale Galleria, Camarillo Premium Outlets and Westfield Topanga mall in Woodland Hills.
The Walt Disney Co. has unveiled international launch dates and pricing for its upcoming streaming service Disney+.
Dine Brands enters fast casual sector with familiar menu.
Glendale restaurant operator Dine Brands Global Inc. announced last month a new fast-casual concept called Flip’d by IHOP, slated to launch in the spring of 2020.
SRAX Inc. has reconstituted its LD Micro Index, a fund comprising nearly 1,200 microcap companies in the U.S. and Canada.
The state has ordered fast casual burger chain Burgerim to refund $57 million in franchise fees paid by more than 1,500 would-be restaurant operators after finding the Encino company violated California’s franchise regulations.
Disney, MGA benefit from stay-at-home spending.
Toy sales in the U.S. grew 16 percent last year to $25.1 billion, according to a January report from New York research company The NPD Group.
Canadian wealth management company CI Financial Corp. announced Monday it has acquired a majority interest in One Capital Management, an investment advisory firm in Westlake Village. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Glendale restaurant operator Dine Brands Global Inc. announced Wednesday plans to launch a new fast-casual concept called Flip’d by IHOP in spring of 2020.
Fast-fashion house Forever 21 has announced a list of retail locations at risk to close amidst the company’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, including several stores in the Valley.
Dine Brands Global Inc. has made a deal to open International House of Pancakes locations in Pakistan.
San Fernando Valley’s largest hotel has a new managing director.
Internal team works on automating processes to avoid efficiency bottlenecks.
As e-commerce sites continue to attract more shoppers than traditional brick-and-mortar stores, Feedonomics Inc. has emerged to help retailers adapt and succeed in the online market.
Grocery chain Ralphs has extended its “hero pay” for hourly employees as the coronavirus outbreak persists in Southern California.
Grocers in the Valley region are beginning to see a return to regular operations after being hammered in recent weeks by huge crowds and product sellouts prompted by the coronavirus scare.
TECHNOLOGY: Hub101 startup Whistle helps hoteliers communicate with their customers and staff.
Westlake Village startup Whistle has a communication platform to connect guests with hotel staff and management.
Infant services platform Tot Squad in Sherman Oaks has sold its baby equipment cleaning business to BabyQuip, a rental service for baby gear based in the Bay Area.