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The nation's worsening drug problem is spilling into restaurants, and that's not the only negative carryover from other realms. Overtime lawsuits are proliferating while new regulations are on hold. But there is some good news among the week's most noticeable developments.

The top three burger chains, all QSRs, own two-thirds of the category's sales.

The Department of Labor has rolled back an effort to make franchisors responsible for franchisees' labor practices and policies.

Top chains are bringing back fan favorites from years—even decades—ago.

McDonald's revealed last week that the benefits of delivery and new technology run deeper than its financial results suggest. Here's a look at some of the results that hold deep implication—for the industry, and for any concept looking to take the same path.

Two burger giants recently battled it out with an atypical weapon: cheesy sides.

The normally well-behaved restaurant industry sank deeply into snark in recent weeks, bashing one another in hopes of drawing favorable notice.

Those of us who have been watching the industry for a long time are still excited about fast casual and its future.

A powerful chain is poking a toe into breakfast, a new restaurant job is taking shape, a wave of restaurant IPOs appear to be on the horizon, and not every brand sees magic in order-ahead apps.

Third-party delivery may be getting all the buzz, but a growing number of operations are showing renewed interest in a more familiar means of capturing off-premise sales.