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David Chang's headless concept moves to traditional fast casual.

The process is expensive and complex, but operators can risk sanctions without one, Advice Guys says.

Restaurants influenced more than food trends this week. Just ask those waifs in outlandish outfits who strutted the runways this week in New York City.

Hurrah for the rebel who wants no part of it.

A sweeping prohibition of single-use wares has finally been set for enforcement, and restaurants indicate they're ready.

Now in the recovery stage, operators are doing whatever they can to get their diners back up and running and ensure the safety and stability of affected employees.

A special task force is tackling such duties as negotiating third-party deals systemwide.

Effective communication usually defuses conflict. But not necessarily in the current-day restaurant business.

The warning flare was fired during our Restaurant Trends & Directions conference in Chicago, when many a QSR manager might have been wondering why they weren’t getting as many summer job candidates as they had in the past.

Delivery has emerged as a real game changer for the restaurant industry, building sales, satisfying convenience-oriented customers and paving the way for new products, services and technologies.