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

Denny’s reports modest same-store sales growth for Q4

The family-dining brand, which is in the midst of refranchising, saw a 1.4% comps increase, per a preliminary earnings report.


International Starbucks now outnumber U.S. units

With an aggressive push into China, the coffee giant officially operates more stores internationally than it does in the States.

The FDA is still monitoring the food supply, and places can still hire without E-Verify.

Mastercard is dropping its name from charge plates because of increased digital usage and the public’s comfort with emojis and other symbols.

The option is intended to boost traffic.

The move follows employee concerns about needle sticks after rising reports of drug use in the coffee chain’s bathrooms.

Paper versions would be provided only upon request.

The topic of sustainability has only grown interest throughout the history of fishery management.

But the research also verifies that there are still a significant amount of true sufferers at 26 million.

The 192-year-old restaurant was a victim of soaring costs and declining traffic, according to its current owner.