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Black Bear Diner appoints president, COO

The new executives, both promoted from within, will aid in the family chain’s expansion, headquarters said.

Workforce

Wage hikes force large-scale restaurant closings, study finds

A survey of employers and employees also shows widespread elimination of jobs and cutbacks in hours.

A shift to convenience, and too much debt, made it tough for the pizza chain to thrive, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Restaurants are raising prices for delivery as providers ease requirements, and they say they've had little pushback from customers.

Despite favorable regulations, small companies still struggle to gain traction on the public markets, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The chain will test new technology to streamline a.m. service, part of a larger push to provide more convenience and higher-quality items.

But federal officials say they are still unable to identify the source restaurants, supermarkets or suppliers.

A local trade group is pushing for concessions to protect brick-and-mortar establishments and their customers.

The board of directors said that the $11.75-per-share proposal “dramatically undervalues the company.”

With more than 1,000 executives in attendance, some surprising trends could be gleaned from the presentations and casual conversations. Here are four that might have turned a keen listener’s head.