By Philip M. Lustre Jr.
It’s hard to believe that Shakey’s, the iconic pizza brand, could ever recover from dire financial straits in the early 2000s. It was sinking fast during those days until its ownership decided it had enough and launched a pivotal reengineering program to become a leading chain of family restaurants in the country today.
By Tina Arceo-Dumlao
For the most part of its 42 years in the competitive quick service restaurant sector in the Philippines, Greenwich Pizza was best known as a pizza chain that appealed mainly to the mass market.
By Vanessa B. Hidalgo
In James Markham’s life, pizza plays a key role. As CEO and founder of Project Pie, James knows what good pizza is and what it is not.
By Joy Rojas
In 2006, Roy Quejada was at a career crossroads. Having risen the ranks of a leading hamburger joint since he started as a service crew member when he was just a freshman in college, Quejada seemed destined to grow old with the fast-food company and was, in fact, in the running for training manager when he found himself in talks with the group behind Yellow Cab Pizza Co.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
Care for a pizza, solo or family size? Hmm, mere mention of that five-letter word—pizza—makes me want to sashay over to the nearest mall or casual/fine dine-in restaurant. Originating from Italy, pizza pies have become a national dish, thanks to the power of advertising, marketing acumen, product endorsement, and what-have-you.
By Corrie Salientes-Narisma
The term “yindie” has been around for a while now, although it did not become a buzz word like “yuppie.”
By Roger Pe Contributor
Filipinos, they say, are fond of drama; that is, when we are engulfed with too much emotion, we tend to overdo it. Are we really overly dramatic or is that an Asian thing? Well, some say people from all over the world do the same. When an event happens, they always feel they should have [...]