New York’s City Council voted May 13 to pass legislation that should provide some relief to restaurants clawing for survival during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the reasons COVID-19 has been so devastating for restaurants is that it strikes at a core trait.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has had a significant impact on every sector of the economy, including franchising.
As the novel coronavirus continues to derail restaurants’ plans for 2020, owners and operators may be beginning to contemplate what is in store for their future.
Right now, one of the most pressing concerns for quick-service restaurant operators is how to reassure the public that their takeout and delivery orders have not been touched by a
Uber Eats announced Monday several measures to assist independent restaurants in the midst of financial fallout from COVID-19, including waiving delivery fees and donating free meals.
In a move to help restaurants grappling with the coronavirus fallout, Grubhub announced Friday that it will suspend collection of up to $100 million in commission payments from independent restaura