America’s Disappearing Restaurant Chains

There is a school of thought that says the restaurant business is always a good business because people need to eat. A glance at the sales of many of America’s largest restaurant chains over the past decade quickly dispels that myth.

Using data provided by food industry research firm Technomic, 24/7 Wall St. has looked at the 10 restaurant chains with the greatest decline is sales from 2001 to 2010. In every case, sales have fallen 60% or more…

To find out who the 10 chains are, click here: http://money.msn.com/business-news/latest.aspx?post=3b851ddb-d3b2-4867-92a3-07abc068523b

One comment on “America’s Disappearing Restaurant Chains

  1. These chains are disappearing for just that reason! They’re chains!! Food is the same always, and boring. People are more into the single-owner restaurants & diners where you can get good, home cooked food at reasonable prices.

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