President Donald Trump Sunday floated the notion of restoring corporations’ ability to deduct the full cost of meals and entertainment from their taxes.
As evident by every metric trackable, the restaurant industry is changing by the day as COVID-19 demolishes any sense of normal.
The Senate late Wednesday passed a groundbreaking $2 trillion economic stimulus package intended to lift businesses and workers crippled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
There’s a prevailing sense among operators today that the restaurant industry will look quite different on the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic.
McDonald’s said Sunday in a corporate statement that, by the end of Monday, all 1,270 of its U.K. restaurants would close due to COVID-19 concerns.
Starbucks has acted aggressively since COVID-19 landed full force in the U.S.