Any positive impact for NTN?
I get phenomenal service and exactly the food I request. I think they do a tremendous job...especially in the morning. What am I missing here? I don't understand the complaints. I've been traveling and eating at MCD for like 15 years X 30 times a years........no problems EVER!
I believe Ziosk makes the customer place food/drink orders and make payments through the device. I'm not sure why a business/bar owner would want that...but that appears to be the difference.
But lately you can't find Coke! I hold both and prefer KO with my Jack Daniels....but they didn't have Coke. Chicago area..
I have looked at ATTD... I think they have a good product and like the fact that they are in Duane Reade - but can they get WAG and CVS and GNC? ATTD has a long way to go, but I will keep an eye on them.
It doesnt have to be an either / or... I want both. I appreciate the uptick in price, but I also want a more robust divy increase.
I also want a 556hp CTS coupe for the record.
I have seen the divvy as high as 3.6% and if memory serves 3.8%....
I am just saying that the increases are not sufficient...they need to raise appropriately
A split would be great, but I'm not holding my breath until we can go above and sustain a share price of 50+.
That said, I would greatly appreciate a ROBUST increase in the dividend. I mean a pop from the current $.3825 a quarter could easily be bumped into the $.425 range.
Investrman.....great insight on BOBE in your neck of the woods. I have always had wonderful experiences in each and every store Ive visited...from Chicago to Cleveland - and as far South as Columbus, OH. I state that only to illustrate that I travel often. I am not happy about price increases...but I promise you we are not the only biz doing so. I was at a quick biz dinner last night at Applebees (AWFUL) and paid about $11.00 for a burger! So there you are...a crap-hole place like Applebees...with below average food...zero atmosphere...$11.00+ for a burger. I dont think we are doing so bad with our increases.
Also - I have a small % of WEN in my portfolio...and I read the same "wonderful experience" v. "horrible experience" tug-of-war there too. Oh well..
Ok, I think I get it.. You went to a store and had a bad experience. I go to a store every Friday morning and am impressed every week. So what? I wish I could put more weight on random visits by individuals but I can't. Apparently mine are great and yours are brutal. Therefore you stay away from the stock..so be it. I have a very small % of BOBE in my portfolio, and I like the company. Whatever..