This week’s restaurant nightmares: Bad reflexes

Catastrophes can bring out the best in people. Unfortunately, they can also bring out the worst in business decisions. Here's the proof.

8 chains aiming at voters on Election Day

Operators are looking to cash in on the chatter surrounding this year’s presidential race.

Not the least of this week's dizzying moments was the quick recast of the new overtime-pay rules into a giant question mark.

The appointment would give the restaurant industry a zealous advocate at the highest level of policy-making.

A look at the forces poised to shake up the restaurant business for the next decade and beyond.

No sooner had one arresting development arisen than another quickly followed in its wake, making neck braces an acceptable fashion accessory.

Even we blushed while perusing some of the week's uncelebrated but noteworthy developments.

Unusual became the usual this week for the restaurant business. Here are a few pieces of the evidence.

The nation's highest court refused to reinstate a deal that could have systemized a way for raising credit card processing fees.

Recent days brought signs of how bad things could get in the restaurant business, along with some advice from the ultimate chief executive about what to do about it.

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