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Working Lunch

Working Lunch is a podcast from Align Public Strategies devoted to explaining the so what and now what about key issues impacting the restaurant and retail industries.

Operations

Restaurants continue to flex their muscles in Washington D.C.

Working Lunch: The podcast from Align Public Strategies features a discussion on the restaurant industry’s run of political success.

Financing

An ESG policy could land a company in trouble within these states

A new movement aims to counter "woke capitalism" by steering state support away from institutions that favor a commitment to ESG.

Working Lunch: Federal regulators could reverse the move, and the closing could spark more union drives.

Activists are offering bounties for a spotting, as they did recently for a heads-up on Brett Kavanaugh.

Working Lunch: Even customers are sounding off about the stances taken by favored dining establishments.

Working Lunch: Are Pizza Hut's reading selections a social threat? and what will a alternative "anti-woke" Chamber of Commerce mean for restaurants?

Working Lunch: Restaurateurs could be stoking controversy with their stances on everything from guns to tipping.

Working Lunch: In some instances, public companies would also have to specify the contributions of suppliers and customers.

Working Lunch: Chuck Edwards beat the incumbent representative of his district in last week's Republican primary, putting him in good stead to be elected in November's general election.

A third area of inflationary pressure for many restaurateurs are the fees charged for processing guests' credit-card payments. Here's why those costs are rising now, and what merchants are doing to slow the climb.

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