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Illinois finds $50M in pandemic aid for restaurants

Another $75 million was found for hotels. The money is intended to ease a transition from survival to sustained recovery.


Jose Andres commits to serving lab-grown chicken

The commitment comes as cultivated chicken clears a regulatory hurdle for U.S. consumption.

The regulations have actually been simplified at the federal level. But they remain sufficiently complicated to require some navigating.

Organized labor is pushing to end it. But there’s less than a consensus among other parties. Still, supporters of the credit are bracing for more battles.

Working Lunch: The argument against including sales taxes in the fee base is gaining traction.

The delivery service didn't keep its fees below the state's 15% cap, according to the ruling. State officials want the overpayments returned.

A review of recent legislative and regulatory activity finds government officials eyeing a number of measures with implications for restaurants.

The agency is seeking comments on franchisors' business practices and the control they exert over franchisees and their employees, potentially setting the stage for changes in franchise regulations.

Working Lunch: The podcast, from Align Public Strategies, features a discussion on the upcoming testimony by Starbucks’ interim CEO in front of Sanders’ U.S. Senate committee.

Facing a possible subpoena, the CEO accepted a pointed invitation to appear before the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, which is chaired by Bernie Sanders.

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