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6 last-minute holiday treat recipes

These six quick recipes for festive sweets, snacks and drinks come to the rescue with Christmas and New Year’s around the corner.

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50 great ideas 2017

We present 50 smart, trend-forward ideas that have hit the restaurant industry throughout the year.

Top 100 Independents 2017

In a year when independents were closing, these money makers fought against challenges and changes to stay alive.

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Gov. Cuomo has set a rollback as one of his priorities for 2018.

Truly innovative concepts—those that find solutions to perennial problems like rising real estate and labor costs—are rare birds indeed. Here’s a look at some of the game-changers that opened in 2017.

Here’s how operators in cold climates ensure their rooftops reel in off-season sales.

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Employee turnover is up after teasing the industry with plateauing numbers this summer.

The impact of hurricanes in Texas and Florida may mask a turn in the right direction for sales and traffic counts, according to new data.

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Progress ran into some resistance this week, in part because of robots running amok. But reactions to the industry's harassment scandals showed the clock isn't rolling back.

The board reversed a 2015 ruling that the franchise community said would put their business model at risk.

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Operators are bringing their trailers indoors.

Some of the more senior members of the team smile at the junior staff who are excited to uncover an interesting trend in “eatertainment” or the latest single-ingredient concept. We try not to be condescending when we suggest they do some research by looking at past issues of Restaurant Business or old Technomic top chain reports before calling it the next big thing.

The company’s shareholders are investing $25 million into the brand as it plans to start offering $4.99 Footlong subs.