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Peter Romeo

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Peter Romeo

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Tackle box: Chains’ newest menu lures

Mainstream chains are reaching far afield for their latest limited-time offers, from colored sandwiches to cream drinks.

Chipotle considers a burger spinoff

And it even revealed a key detail.

This week proved there’s a downside to die-hard fans and employees’ legal right to scare customers.

Dynamics shaping the between-meals and late-hours dayparts are creating an opportunity for restaurants of all types, but not all operators are exploiting it, a new study finds. Here are some tips on boosting that incremental business.

A new study shows pay for comparable positions varying by thousands. Most noticeable are the differences in salaries by gender.

The governor is expected to join legislative leaders in pushing a bill drafted Saturday.

The stepped climb to that level would start as early as next year under an initiative that just qualified for the November ballot.

The union is slamming the chain as a dangerous place to eat, part of a campaign aimed at a completely different target.

The bizarre antics coloring this year's presidential race have spilled into the restaurant business, though it sports its own wags and criminals, including a force behind the industry's quintessential fine-dining independent.

A new rule requires employers to share consultants’ advice with union organizers.

New brands and innovative oldsters gain ground while burgers hang tough.

Is society failing to teach restaurant guests that critters should never be hurled in the dining room? Then again, maybe a robber wouldn’t have struck during a job interview if a Doberman was sailing through the air.

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