How Panera Bread Kept Rising Through the Recession
Since the end of 2007, about the time the U.S. recession began, Panera Bread (PNRA) has boosted revenue 24 percent and added 191 café-bakeries to its 1,421-unit chain—all while increasing its workforce by 20 percent with the hiring of 4,661 extra workers.
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