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This week’s 5 head-spinning moments: Boundaries smashed

Instead of heeding what normally are yellow lights, restaurants stomped on the gas and crashed through barriers this week.

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This week’s restaurant nightmares: Oh, boy

With politics dominating the news, is it any surprise that such issues as immigration and racial stigmas would spill into restaurants, with ugly results? Here’s how it’s happening.

The burger giant's long-range growth plan is intended to bolster takeout and delivery sales in a big way.

In the last few years, the build-your-own Chipotle-style fast casuals really hit their stride, expanding into almost any type of cuisine people could think of.

Bojangles’ newest prototype features what the chain calls a Biscuit Theater. Behind the cash register is a window looking into the kitchen, where biscuits are prepared.

A growing number of full-service restaurants are looking for relief from their financially beleaguered category by spinning off fast-casual satellite concepts.

By their very nature, restaurants have many places where employee safety can be put in jeopardy, such as the kitchen, the loading dock and the trash disposal area.

Foodborne illness is more than just a nuisance for a restaurant operator or chain.

Restaurants could be losing one of the industry's key federal protections, and that's not the only extreme possibility that emerged for the business.

Corrugated-metal, pre-fab unit being tested in L.A.