coronavirus

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

Financing

As coronavirus spreads, restaurants try reassuring diners

McDonald’s and Starbucks are among the chains that addressed customers about steps they’re taking to prevent the disease’s spread.

Financing

Restaurant stocks plunge amid growing fears of coronavirus sales problems

Black Box Intelligence said it expects weak sales this year amid steep declines in areas hit by COVID-19 and mounting risks of an economic slowdown.

From adding paid sick leave to closing units, restaurants must make quick decisions in the age of a fast-spreading virus.

It’s an uncertain time in the restaurant industry as operators contend with cancellations and reduced bookings amid fears of COVID-19.

Stocks plunged amid an oil price war and coronavirus fears, continuing a two-week run of high volatility.

The company reminded operators to increase the frequency of sanitizing surfaces and has created a team to develop contingency plans for its U.S. locations.

CEOs of Papa John’s and Brinker International are among those who have bought stock since Wall Street’s coronavirus-related selloff began in February, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The casual chain posted a 2.9% comp gain and a 5.4% rise in revenues, but investors wanted to learn more about pandemic what-ifs.

Every employer should be considering these moves right now, according to a law firm that specializes in employment situations.

According to a law firm specializing in employment issues, here are some guidelines to keep in mind.

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