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Have restaurants reached a 'tipping' point with minimum wage?

With minimum wage increasing across the country, restaurants are steadily looking at their business models to see how they can meet the requirements from state governments while keeping their business intact. One idea is doing away with...

source: By Suzanne Mason
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It's difficult to keep up with the changing times in the restaurant industry, and the employer shared responsibility rules under the Affordable Care Act or ACA (sometimes called "pay or play") is just one more area that is moving so fast that many restaurant owners are falling...

source: Pizza Marketplace

If you've been on Instagram lately, your feed was undoubtedly filled with posts asking you to turn on post notifications. These notifications alert you every time a user posts a new photo to Instagram. Why the sudden frenzy from users and brands about post notifications?...

source: By Emma Fitzpatrick

Historians tell us that for many millennia, man has applied low, slow heat to a variety of meats to make them meltingly tender and delicious. Christopher Columbus and other New World explorers found Caribbean aboriginals cooking fish and other meats on grates of sticks lashed...

source: By Dave G. Houser

Most restaurant operators are cognizant of the amount of plastic, styrofoam and aluminum that ends up in landfills. But they might be surprised to learn that the average U.S. restaurant produces more than 25,000 pounds of food waste every year. Clearly, it's a good idea...

source: Restaurant Hospitality

Iraqi businessman Zaid Nazo has always been sure of his nation's deep passion for food and wasn't afraid to dream big when he transformed his small Baghdad coffee shop in 1999 into a casual dining and takeaway restaurant. Today, the 41-year-old father of two has opened four...

source: The Associated Press via San Francisco Gate

Starbucks Corp. is opening a sprawling new Roastery-branded store in New York's Meatpacking District, part of a push to bolster growth with larger locations that offer experiences to customers. The cafe will be its biggest ever: a 20,000-square-foot (1,900-square-meter)...

source: Bloomberg


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