No, Costco's new food court burger is not a Shake Shack doppelgänger, but you should still hope it comes to a warehouse store near you.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JUNE 10, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - LITTLE BURGER SHACK I CORP.
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- We tried Costco's new burger and it's not a 'Shake Shack' clone
By Chris Preovolos - Monday Jul 10, 2017
- Rain may have put a damper on Shake Shack’s business
By Lisa Fickenscher - Tuesday Jun 27, 2017
Shake Shack burgers are worth a trip — unless you have to get soaking wet.
- Is Shake Shack Expanding Too Quickly?
Friday Aug 25, 2017
Its new burger shops are eating into sales at nearby locations. But SunTrust Bank is focusing the company's overall growth.
- Shake Shack’s Test Kitchen Is Finally Moving Out Of The Basement
By Cale Guthrie Weissman - Monday Sep 18, 2017
After years of working all around the city, the burger empire is opening a dedicated test kitchen in lower Manhattan. The office is moving there, too.
For the last 10 years, Mark Rosati–Shake Shack’s culinary director–concocted and tested the restaurant’s menu in a basement using induction burners. That’s where he came up with its beloved chicken sandwich that uses a sous vide-like method, along with numerous other out-of-the-box fast-food recipes. Soon that’s about the change.
- Shake Shack finds unwanted fans in Wall Street bears
By Aaron Elstein - Friday Jul 7, 2017
Lots of folks love Shake Shack's burgers and fries, but the eatery has become a particular favorite among Wall Street bears.Short sellers have been feasting on Shake Shack's stock after the company...
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- 40 years ago today, RadioShack gave us the TRS-80
By Harry McCracken - Thursday Aug 3, 2017
If you pressed me to name the most important year in the history of personal technology, I might come up with 1977. That’s the year that three groundbreakingly consumery personal computers were released. There was Apple’s Apple II and Commodore’s Pet 2001. And on August 3, 1977, RadioShack (née Radio Shack) unveiled its TRS-80 during a press conference at the Warwick Hotel in New York.
I cheerfully admit to having a bias in favor of the TRS-80, which I started using when my father brought one home in 1978. Even in its heyday, it had a reputation for being clunky snd unglamorous. But it outsold the sexier (and pricier) Apple II for years and was marketed in thousands of the Shack’s retail outlets at a time when Apple products were still available primarily in weird little mom-and-pop computer stores. To me, that makes it the most mainstream of the early PCs.
I had a lot more to say about the machine for a piece I wrote to mark its 35th anniversary in 2012. And here (via RadioShackCatalogs.com) is some imagery from the cover of the first TRS-80 catalog, back when anyone selling computers had to start by explaining what they could do.