California bill would force delivery apps to disclose what restaurants pay

Customers would be able to see the commissions that DoorDash, Uber Eats and Grubhub charge to restaurants. Opponents say it would also expose that data to competitors.


MasterCard and Visa offer temporary reductions in swipe fees

The credit card giants have agreed to roll back the charges and freeze those rates for five years. But industry advocates aren't enthused about the offer.

On April 1, 527,000 fast-food workers in California will be entitled to pay of at least $20 an hour, a 29% boost from their current minimum wage. Experts say the jump will likely ratchet up pay across other industry sectors as well.

The former restaurant operator has led the association for 13 years. She will step down in mid-January.

The proposed changes would allow youngsters in their early and mid-teens to work more hours and handle alcohol.

The group, created by public affairs firm Tusk Strategies and led by a former Obama official, is pushing for better data sharing and more fee transparency from delivery providers. And it would like to keep regulators on the sidelines.

The newly introduced proposal would go further than the Fast Act in some respects, such as requiring instruction from what sounds like unions.

The pizza chain co-founder evangelizes for fair workweek on panel hosted by U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh.

In the wake of two mass shootings, USHG President Chip Wade said his company would commit its money and its voice to changing gun laws.

The National Restaurant Association and the Independent Restaurant Coalition both pushed for more aid to help the industry during the pandemic. But differing styles and disagreements between the two may have hampered the effort.

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