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Industries all across the country are experiencing the disruptive impact of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Discover how it could affect the U.S. foodservice, grocery and convenience industries.

Financing

83% of NYC restaurants and bars can’t pay their rents, survey finds

More than a third are paying nothing at all as the coronavirus saps operators' revenues.

Leadership

My adventures with Herman Cain

His efforts to help the industry could be unorthodox, as I can personally attest.

Restaurants that kept dining rooms open in June saw year-over-year improvement.

After five months of to-go meals, operators are trying to tempt consumers with creative menu and packaging spins.

With indoor seating limited or banned, patios, rooftops, sidewalks and even streets are turning into dining rooms.

Restaurants that pivoted to outside operations amid the pandemic are wrestling with how to keep things rolling through cold, snow and more.

Brian Ingram found the silver linings in this pandemic to move forward with his new concepts.

Thousands of units are being closed sooner than they might have been without the pandemic.

His health took a sudden downturn after medical authorities had reported an improvement in the former National Restaurant Association and Godfather chief's condition.

Fear of contracting the coronavirus is keeping many from visiting restaurants, according to a survey from consulting firm AlixPartners.

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