Restaurants go farther afield with new customer lures

Some of the latest LTOs and menu additions underscore the willingness of even mass-market brands to experiment.

This week’s restaurant nightmares: What’d you expect?

Most of us don’t need to lick an electrical outlet to realize it’s dumb. But that class of assumptive learning often escapes people who work and eat in restaurants.

We’ve all been in those restaurants, retail shops and even our own offices where it seems like everyone is pissed off. Whose job is it to keep that poison out?

The 35-year veteran of the chain restaurant industry was the first person from outside the Culver family to hold the top job.

The doughnut chain's new domestic president formerly oversaw McDonald's high-growth markets.

A lawsuit filed in federal court would thwart the Obama administration's efforts to raise the number of salaried managers who are eligible for pay-and-a-half.

A new study shows pay for comparable positions varying by thousands. Most noticeable are the differences in salaries by gender.

Hazem Ouf doesn’t profess to have all the answers for reviving restaurant organizations, even after snatching the likes of Village Inn, Max & Erma’s and O’Charley’s from the ICU.

The National Labor Relations Board is recommending that business owners review their employee handbooks before it lands them in trouble.

The much-admired chain says neither sales nor rent issues prompted it to shut the store in Metairie, Louisiana.