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Lone Star, CalPERS settle self-dealing suit

Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon insiders have agreed to return $4.7 million to the company to settle a 2001 lawsuit filed by the California Public Employees Retirement System, a major shareholder.


How to make a healthier menu

Need a healthy menu makeover? Here are the big categories to look at: adding more whole grains, supersizing veggies, making room for nuts and finding soda alternatives.

The earnings results did, however, exceed analysts’ expectations of 49 cents per share, according to a Thompson Reuters poll. Cost-cutting measures,...

The Affordable Care Act is moving forward. Is your restaurant business ready? Here are five steps you can take to better understand the law’s impact on your business and your employees.

"The taskforce will help identify best practices that companies can address."Prodded by its membership that has expressed anxiety that some transportation...

There's a lot of money to be made in catering, but you've got to make sure you're doing it right. Here's how to write a contract, add premiums, stay prepared and manage your kitchen.

MANCHESTER, NH (Oct. 20, 2009 - Marketwire)—CadecGlobal, a provider of advanced fleetmanagement solutions, announced today that it is helping...

A new study finds that more than half of consumers are willing to pay an extra fee to cover employee health insurance costs at restaurants.

A primer on how knives are made and different types of blades. A glossary of some of the primary knives in a kitchen. And the choice metals used in knives.

Labor, food, energy, insurance, real estate—you name it, the fundamental prime costs of doing business are up, in some cases dramatically.

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