Panera Bread CEO Ron Shaich is very hungry. "I can't stop thinking about food," he wrote on his LinkedIn blog yesterday. That's because he was on day 4 of a week-long challenge to eat on just $4.50 per day. He's doing it to raise awareness …
In the SNAP challenge, you live on a food and beverage budget of $4.50 a day, the average amount a recipient of ... We, in corporate America, must be part of the solution. At Panera, we have tried to stretch ourselves to think of how to …
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Panera Bread founder and CEO Ron Shaich on Saturday began living off of just $4.50 a day, what he says is the …
Panera Bread Co. CEO Ron Shaich is trying to subsist on $4.50 a day for a week. It’s not going so well. Mr. Shaich agreed to try to get by on the average amount allocated to individuals in the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance …
Panera Bread founder and CEO Ron Shaich earns about $3 million a year. But this week, Shaich is spending no more than $4.50 a day on food as he joins 26 members of Congress in the SNAP Challenge, which encourages people to try …
The founder and CEO of Panera Bread Co. earns more than $3 million in total compensation annually, but he is limiting his diet to what he can buy for $4.50 a day to see what it’s like for those relying on the federal food stamp program. It’s …
For the next week, Ron Shaich will live well below his means: The Panera Bread (PNRA) CEO embarked on a quest Saturday to spend ... "For one week, beginning Saturday, September 14, 2013, I will live on just $4.50 a day, the …
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However, this week the chain’s CEO can’t even afford to eat at his own shops. Okay, technically he can — but not if he plays by the rules of the food stamp challenge ... in a single Panera trip. That works out to an average of $4.50 a day, …
Participating in a SNAP Challenge, Panera CEO Ron Shaich attempted to live off the $4.50 a day for food and drink, the average amount that recipients get from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, colloquially known as food …
Panera’s CEO Ron Shaich had off-brand Cheerios for breakfast and chickpea soup for lunch today. Dinner? Chickpea soup again. In a telephone interview, Shaich told the Business Journal he’s living on $4.50 a day this week as part of the …