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Workforce

Trump's promise to end taxes on tips could put Democrats on their heels

Working Lunch: The effort may be more of a feint, but it's a visible test of the pro-labor party's true commitment to boosting worker incomes.

Food

Qdoba, Golden Chick and Buffalo's Cafe turn up the heat as temperatures rise

Taste Tracker: Krispy Kreme downsizes to dots; shrimp joins Just Salad’s line; Gong Cha, Rita’s, Jamba and The Human Bean serve up summer sips; and more menu news of the week.

The sports bar chain abruptly shut its doors in parts of Texas, Florida, Kentucky and Virginia. A local media outlet put the total number of closures at 40.

The Bottom Line: Same-store sales have slowed markedly for the past year as customers shifted to other options. And now operators are furiously working to get them back.

Kitchens would need to be cooled down whenever the temperature hits 87 degrees. Breaks, "cool-down areas" and water would also have to be provided.

Consumer demand for protein is pushing steak to the center of the plate—and the salad bowl—in concepts where you’d least expect it.

Executive Summary: Brad O’Bryan is the burger chain’s new chief financial officer, plus more executive news of the week.

The deal solidifies Amex as a major player in restaurant reservations and will unlock more perks for cardholders.

The company will use the funding to develop new features for its tech, which is based around two-question diner surveys.

The large operator has acquired the debt in the casual-dining Mexican chain, paving the way for a potential acquisition.

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