The case has been closely watched by franchisors for years.
For restaurants, the issue has become clearer in recent months.
When it comes to the Americans with Disabilities Act, an operator’s best practice is to play it safe.
The incident led to his removal as chairman.
The legal battle dates back to 2013.
Despite past failures, meal-deal plaintiffs continue to file.
Now is the time to start evaluating not just whether changes will be necessary, but how best to make those changes.
The Supreme Court denied a petition October 7.
The repercussions of the wage increases will greatly impact the restaurant industry, if it makes it through the Senate.
Executives and boards of directors are particularly susceptible to these risks given several recent developments.
There are several factors to take into account.
The goal is to provide consumers with nutrition information.
What restaurants need to know.
During the attacks hackers were able to access debit and credit card information.
More than 20 states started the New Year with increased rates.
The strategy could provide potential for a significant investment return.
The ban comes from increasing pressure from internet-safety advocacy groups.
Members of Dunkin's DD Perks loyalty program were impacted by the breach.
Wage and hour disputes are on the rise in hospitality.
The nearly 500-unit chain is carrying positive sales into the final quarter of the year.
While this is just the first step in what may be a long process, it is a welcome development for the restaurant industry.
Critics and attorneys are targeting a common practice that prevents workers from moving between franchises within the same brand.
Industry experts weigh in on what’s changed during the Trump administration—and what’s at stake in the upcoming midterm elections.
For many operators, the Board's latest ruling was a stinging setback.
The lawsuit was attempting to resurrect a previously dismissed case.
The prior Obama-era law is back in play.
Some experts are calling it a 'win-win' for the restaurant industry, and the effects are already being felt for some brands.
TA Restaurant Group, a division of TravelCenters of America LLC, operator of the TA and Petro Stopping Centers travel center brands, opened its first Quaker Steak & Lube Express at the TA trave
Starbucks’ Teavana saga appears to have reached a resolution.
U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers, out of Oakland, California, dismissed a lawsuit accusing Starbucks of overcharging customers by underfilling mochas and lattes to reduce milk costs.