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New restaurant equipment and back-of-the-house technology

'Joint employer' threat to franchising is back

A federal court has overturned the definition favored by restaurant franchisors and franchisees, effectively reinstating the standard they bitterly opposed.


NYC restaurants get an OK to reopen dining rooms

Starting Sept. 30, places can use up to 25% of their interior seats. Patrons will be asked to blow the whistle if an establishment exceeds the cap.

The burger giant has a partnership with packaging service Loop to start using reusable cups in the U.K. starting next year.

A single restaurant in Colorado features the menus of both brands.

Tender Shack features platters and sandwiches for delivery from a dozen Carrabba's units.

Officials have not said when dine-in service might resume, frustrating local restaurants.

The smaller restaurant has more drive-thru lanes, drive-in spots and pickup lockers.

The weekday podcast, from the editors of Restaurant Business, is a rundown of the day’s most important stories.

The eatertainment chain has reopened 42 of its 44 units but business is different than usual thanks to a focus group of moms.

Each week of September delivers the best tips, tricks, advice, and education in key areas of food safety.

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