Lisa Jennings

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Lisa Jennings

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Workforce

How a three-day week and raising pay resulted in a more successful restaurant

"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.

Technology

Panda Express lends rooftops to 5G expansion

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.

Joel Bulger is tasked with leading brand communications for growing Tex-Mex taco brand.

The Texas-based companies are equal partners in franchisor Earth Burger Global, which kicks off next month.

Part stromboli and part quesadilla, the dipped offering could be a snack, lunch or quick dinner.

The Impossible Foods product is also featured in two new dishes following a successful market test earlier this year.

Hollandsworth was previously the regional vice president of operations for Dunkin’ and also spent about 20 years at Jack in the Box.

IHOP franchisee-turned-entrepreneur Adenah Bayoh wants to pay homage to a type of culture and food often overlooked but in great demand.

The focused promotion appears less likely to cause a shortage and is designed to bolster excitement in new market.

And another North Carolina operator must also pay more than $157,000 to 65 workers following a U.S. Labor Department investigation.

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