An expanding and tasteful demographic is garnering attention from full-service restaurants. Should you target them, too?
The National Restaurant Association on Thursday thanked members of the House Committee on Ways and Means for approving the “Fighting Hunger Incentive Act of 2014,” legislation that makes permanent a temporary provision allowing incor
Healthcare, immigration reform, and minimum wage hikes were among the top issues restaurateurs discussed with members of Congress during the National Restaurant Association’s 2014 Public Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C., April 29-30.
Senate Democrats were unable to advance their bill to raise the minimum wage Wednesday, failing by a vote of 54-42, six votes shy of the 60 required to overcome a Senate Republican filibuster.
The National Restaurant Association announced it is partnering with eHealth, Inc. to offer tools and resources to industry employees looking to find health insurance coverage.
Former White House Press Secretary and Fox News Host Dana Perino will address the National Restaurant Association’s 28th annual Public Affairs Conference being held on April 29th—30th.
As restaurateurs manage the day-to-day requirements to keep their operations afloat, looming in the backdrop are federal regulations that have direct impact on their business.
A California state lawmaker introduced legislation on Thursday requiring soda and other sugary beverages to carry warning labels, in much the same way that cigarettes do.
The National Restaurant Association thanked the Obama Administration for extending transition relief to some employers impacted by the Affordable Care Act. The U.S.
State of the Unions offers some positives, some not, for the restaurant industry
The National Restaurant Association reiterated its support for efforts to establish the health care law’s definition of full-time employment at 40 hours per week.