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Leadership

CIA names Google foodservice exec Michiel Bakker as president

Bakker will succeed Tim Ryan, who moves to the position of chancellor of the Culinary Institute of America.

Financing

Restaurants get dragged into The Misinformation Age

The Bottom Line: Big Mac prices, corporate views on Israel-Palestine and even store closures have been subject to misinformation and outright lies. Blame the presidential election.

The documentary recounted his 30-day regimen of eating nothing but McDonald's food. It became an anthem of sorts for critics who faulted fast-food chains for their contribution to America's obesity epidemic.

Tech Check: Almost every customer has a POS in their pocket. Can mini mobile apps get them to actually use it?

Restaurant trade groups and other business organizations have filed the action in the same court that struck down a similar change in the rules in 2017.

A law enacted this week bans hidden fees but allows restaurants to continue levying surcharges if customers get a heads-up and the money goes to employees.

Americans are increasingly embracing Korean flavors, so it makes sense for the growing Bonchon to step into the crowded crispy chicken sandwich space.

Working Lunch: Unions say they want the practice stopped. But their real aim is to alienate the Black community.

The giant food distributor Sysco said the consumer environment has been tougher on restaurants than expected this year due to higher menu prices.

Restaurant Rewind: There was a time 50 years or so ago when the big come-on for a flurry of new restaurant chains was the promise of unlimited beer and wine. What could go wrong?

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