Julia A. Stewart (born 1955) is an American businesswoman and the Chief Executive of DineEquity, America's largest casual dining company. A Craving for Riblets and Change at Applebee’s. Kim Severson. New York Times. August 19 2008 DineEquity was formed in 2007 when Stewart led IHOP to take over the larger Applebee's for US$1.9 billion and debt. Can the IHOP Corp. Do for Applebee’s What It Did for Itself?. Mickey Meece. New York Times. August 11 2007 Prior to the takeover, Stewart had led IHOP through 18 consecutive quarters of growth by moving over to a primarily franchise-driven business model. Prior to joining IHOP in 2001, she was president of Applebee's domestic division. In 2007 Stewart ranked 49 on the Forbes Magazine list of the 50 Most Powerful Women. 50 Most Powerful Women of 2007: The Power 50. Katie Benner, Eugenia Levenson, and Rupali Arora. Forbes Magazine. Access Date 8-20-2008
24.02.2012 Researcher JuliaStewart at Stanford University also recently tracked Humboldt squid, Dosidicus gigas, and found that they were traveling faster than previously recorded. “The question this raised in my mind was, 'Maybe they ...
30.10.2012 [Nation's Restaurant News] - JuliaStewart, Glendale, Calif.-based DineEquity's chair and chief executive, said the company has successfully revitalized the Applebee's brand after acquiring the chain in 2007, and they can do it again, this time for IHOP, despite an economic
30.10.2012 [Los Angeles Business Journal] - “Our more efficient business model continued to generate strong free cash flow, enabling further debt reduction as we optimize our (general and administrative) structure to create additional value for our stockholders,” Chief Executive JuliaStewart