Signposts of our success.
Check out Boston Market's long, dynamic history to see how we've managed our success over nearly a quarter of a century.
George Michel named CEO in October 2010.
Boston Market celebrated its 25th anniversary in December 2010.
F. Lane Cardwell, Jr. is named new CEO of Boston Market.
Boston Market is acquired by an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners. Rick Arras is named President and Chief Executive Officer.
Boston Market's chilled, ready-to-heat menu items are available in 1,300 supermarkets.
Boston Market introduces a line of chilled, ready-to-heat menu items available in supermarkets and introduces roasted sirloin to its restaurant menu.
Boston Market launches a national catering program.
McDonald's Corporation purchases the Boston Market chain.
The H.J. Heinz Company unveils Boston Market Home Style Meals, a line of premium frozen meals sold in grocery stores across the country.
Boston Market files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy.
Boston Chicken restaurants change their name to Boston Market to reflect the addition of ham, turkey and meat loaf. Company launches ready-to-heat banquet meals for the holidays.
Boston Chicken, Inc., goes public with 217 stores and revenues of $43 million.
Company name is shortened to Boston Chicken, Inc.
Boston Chicken sales rise to nearly $21 million.
Cores and Kolow partner with George Naddaff to create the New Boston Chicken, Inc., with plans to expand.
Boston Chicken is established by Arthur Cores and Steven Kolow. The first restaurant opens in Newton, Mass.