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A new scientific discovery could be a pain for all operators. Meanwhile, colleagues continue to illustrate what not to do when situations are trying.

Burger King riles a whole country, ICE savors the handiwork of the very people it’s apprehending, restaurants discover an unknown party is running their websites, and a dress code is slammed as racist.

Immigrant workers are being encouraged to skip work Thursday in a protest against President Trump's changes in U.S. immigration policy, and consumers of foreign origin are being asked not to spend money. Many restaurants have already said they'll close for the day in a show of solidarity--and perplexity at how to keep operating.

The Figure Drawing course I took in college hardly qualifies me to be an art critic. (Full disclosure: My enrollment in that class may have been more about shouldering up to a cute guy and earning some “easy credits” than a genuine love of the arts.) But one doesn’t need a fine arts degree to appreciate the power of Natalie Sept’s paintings.

Facing a shallow labor pool and stepped-up enforcement by the Feds, the restaurant industry is putting pressure on lawmakers to ramp up immigration reform. And change may be closer than you think.

How do you attract Hispanics to your restaurant? An early-morning session at the Restaurant Leadership Conference answered that question.

CHICAGO (September 6, 2011)—Millennials account for over 13 billion of the 59 billion visits made to foodservice establishments in 2010 and spent $73...

PHOENIX, AZ (Sept. 11)—Shamrock Foods yesterday launched a state-wide marketing program to get consumers eating out again. Citing the importance of...

The company said changes in immigration law are partly to blame for the action that could cost its unsecured creditors millions of dollars.In its filing,...

Citing a recent disclosure report, the AP notes that IFDA, whose members include broadline distributors large and small, also lobbied on various agency...