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No blame game in accounting mess

While many restaurant companies are restating earnings this year, some are accepting more blame for the accounting meltdowns than others.

The Sysco-U.S.F. deal: What’s it mean for restaurants?

The announcement of the pending $8.2B merger of Sysco and U.S. Foodservice has restaurateurs wondering what’s in store for them. Here are some things they should keep in mind.

Micro-brewers may have originally tapped into seasonal fruit beers to tempt female patrons, but men are drinking them, too.

The merger is proceeding as planned, but a regulatory review could buy nervous restaurateurs as much as nine months without significant changes.

"We're trying to reduce expenses and bring them in line with the needs of the business," Rob Meyne, vice president of corporate communications, was quoted as...

A loud note of disharmony could be heard within the restaurant industry this week, particularly among its Italian combatants.

Michael Simonetta, chairman of the council, said the group returned with the better impression of what is becoming a global produce supply chain."This was an...

Keeping a franchise system focused on the same priorities can be a challenge, especially when the chain is expanding at a dizzying clip, says Dickey’s Barbecue Pit President and CEO Roland Dickey Jr.

Michael Klauber on the lessons, the labors and the passions of the restaurant life.

Sentinel Capital Partners, which will be the majority shareholder, earlier this year acquired Checkers Drive-In Restaurants as well as the parent company of the Newk's Eatery franchise.

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