NDLS - ヌ―ドルズ・アンド・カンパニ― (Noodles_Company) ヌ―ドルズ・アンド・カンパニ―

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symbol NDLS
会社名 Noodles_Co (ヌ―ドルズ・アンド・カンパニ―)
分野(sector) Consumer Services   消費者サービス
産業(industry) Restaurants  
業種 レストラン_バ―   サ―ビス(Services)
概要 事業概要 ヌードルズ・アンド・カンパニー(Noodles_Company)はファーストカジュアルレストランを開発・運営する会社である。同社のメニューには、麺類、パスタ、スープ、サラダ、サンドイッチ、アペタイザーなど、多様なオーダーオーダーの料理が含まれる。同社には、40の州、コロンビア特別区、カナダの1つの州にまたがる420の企業所有および70のフランチャイズ店舗を含む約490のレストランがある。同社は、30以上の世界的な影響を受けたアジア料理、地中海料理、アメリカ料理を1つのメニューで提供する。同社はマリネステーキ、自然に飼育された豚肉、鶏肉、ミートボール、エビ、有機豆腐など約10種類の新鮮な野菜と6種類のタンパク質を提供する。同社では、ブロッコリー、ニンジン、フルーツ、アップルソース、自家製のライスクリスピートリートメントなどの側面を含むキッズミールズを提供する。同社のレストランには、アリゾナ、カリフォルニア、コロラド、デラウェア、ニューヨーク、ノースダコタ、オハイオ、テキサス、ユタ、バージニア、ワシントン、ウィスコンシンなどがある。   ヌ―ドルズ・アンド・カンパニ―は、レストランチェ―ンを経営する米国の会社。レストランのメニュ―は、麺、パスタ、ス―プ、サラダ、サンドイッチ、前菜などで、オ―ダ―形式の料理を提供。同社のレストランは、2600から2700平方フィ―トの広さで、米国29州とコロンビア特別区の都市部と郊外に位置する。   
本社所在地 520 Zang Street Suite D Broomfield CO 80021 USA
代表者氏名 Paul J. B. Murphy Paul J. B. Murphy
代表者役職名 Executive Chairman of the Board 取締役会長
電話番号 +1 720-214-1921
設立年月日 2002年
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
ipoyear 2013年
従業員数 9600人
url www.noodles.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/ndls
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 30.54600
終値(lastsale) 11.01
時価総額(marketcap) 482221088.64
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 495.36060
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 454.90600
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 555.11960
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) -4.70000
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the 26 weeks ended 03 July 2018 Noodles_Co revenues decreased 1% to $227.9M. Net loss applicable to common stockholders decreased 74% to $9.5M. Revenues reflect Franchising royalties and fees decrease of 21% to $1.9M. Lower net loss reflects Restaurant impairments decrease of 94% to $1.5M (expense) General and administrative decrease of 49% to $10.3M (expense).

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Casual fast food chain Noodles & Co (NASDAQ: NDLS ) reported fourth-quarter results on Feb. 25 and discussed a three-year strategic growth plan. On Monday, Benzinga had the opportunity to chat with Noodles & Co. CFO Carl Lukach about the company's outlook one year after the coronavirus pandemic first rattled the restaurant industry. Lukach On Leveraging Digital Growth: Digital sales rose 128% year-over-year in the quarter and accounted for 62% of all sales. The "very high" growth should be seen as a key highlight from the quarter and can be attributed to management's investments and energy in its off-premise business, Lukach said. The company is seeing a favorable trend playing out, he said: restaurants that reopened dining rooms are seeing higher same-store sales performance. "We're encouraged that some of the digital mix that we've seen during the pandemic is more sticky and going to stick around," he said. Noodles & Co. will continue investing and improving its digital channel, but it won't overlook the importance of indoor dining, Lukach said.
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Fast-Food Menu Prices Have Soared During The Pandemic Authored by Jonathan MAze via RestaurantBusinessOnline.com, The pandemic has apparently led to higher prices for fast food. In January, prices for food away from home—or menu prices—increased 3.9% year-over-year. That was the same rate as in December. That is also the highest rate for menu price inflation since late 2008, when the country was in a deep recession. But these menu prices aren’t evenly spread. Much of that abnormality can be traced to a certain type of restaurant: One without wait staff. According to federal data, prices at limited-service restaurants increased 6.2%. By contrast, prices at full-service restaurants increased 2.9%. What’s more, the gap first began to open in March of last year—when states closed dining rooms around the country. Check out this graphic: Limited service menu prices v. full service Prices at counter-service restaurants began increasing at higher rates starting last March. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics The difference can likely be explained in two words: Demand and wages.
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