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Lisa Jennings

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Lisa Jennings

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Chef Kwame Onwuachi returns to New York City with the new restaurant Tatiana

This dining centerpiece of the newly renovated David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center Plaza is designed to evoke the city’s Hip Hop and art scenes.

Workforce

Chipotle crew member in Kansas files unfair labor practice allegations with NLRB amid union organizing effort

The complaint is one of 14 open cases filed in 2022 before the NLRB citing efforts to thwart union activity. So far one Chipotle in Michigan has voted to unionize. Will Kansas be next?

This $20 million fund is designed to help grow female- and minority-owned independent concepts.

It’s a conversation that came up during the Great Recession, said Chipotle CFO Jack Hartung.

This unit in Washington, D.C., has no dine-in seating and no front makeline.

Restaurants are adding surcharges and ingredient replacements as the price of romaine lettuce triples. But the salad days are not over. There is hope of relief ahead.

Domestic same-store sales were up 6.9%, mostly on increased transactions, and the fast-casual chain sees room for growth with new sandwiches and expansion of delivery.

But higher-income diners remain undeterred by price increases and third-quarter results remain strong.

"We were being greedy" before the pandemic, says the chef-owner of Southern Belle in Atlanta. Reworking the model has resulted in a happier, healthier and more stable workforce.

5G provider Kroo plans to expand its cellular network by leveraging commercial real estate.

Marketing hype or false advertising? The impact of this 2017 marketing campaign drags on.

The former See’s Candy exec will lead the "dirty soda" brand in its next phase of growth.

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