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Starbucks prevails against 2 charges it violated federal unionization rules

One of the rulings spared the chain from having to rehire union organizers.

Operations

The White House wants to make restaurants and other buildings more weather-resistant

The administration intends to use a combination of sticks and carrots to update building codes.

Working Lunch: In some instances, public companies would also have to specify the contributions of suppliers and customers.

The shooter in Uvalde, Texas, had reportedly worked in a restaurant to pay for his guns and ammo. Here are some flags that a member of your staff might be contemplating violence.

Working Lunch: Chuck Edwards beat the incumbent representative of his district in last week's Republican primary, putting him in good stead to be elected in November's general election.

The bill could not muster enough votes to get past a filibuster despite bipartisan support, effectively killing the legislation.

The date targeted for the vote has shifted forward and back in recent days. Now lobbyists say the showdown will come tomorrow.

The mandates were killed, lightened or appended with grace periods for righting violations—a historic change for a city known for its red tape.

A sharp increase in the fees has merchants pushing for fundamental changes in the credit card industry.

The Senate is expected to take up the Cardin-Wicker bill, which would provide an additional $40 billion in grant funding for restaurants.

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