Along with dine-in operations, COVID-19’s sweep across the country has disrupted other foodservice segments. Among them: Catering.
We’re roughly two weeks into the COVID-19 nightmare. And the options have whittled down for restaurants.
The Senate late Wednesday passed a groundbreaking $2 trillion economic stimulus package intended to lift businesses and workers crippled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Restaurant sales have declined rapidly at the national level over the last week, as evidenced by massive furlough programs and corporate-store shut downs in recent days.
Texas Roadhouse CEO Kent Taylor has elected to forgo his base salary and incentive bonus, the steakhouse chain revealed Wednesday in a securities filing.
A $2 trillion stimulus package was struck by Senate leaders and the Trump administration in the early hours Wednesday, a move that will provide “big help and quick help” to the nation's businesses
The coronavirus pandemic continues to upheave consumer behavior.
Alex Canter isn’t your average tech guru. He’s a fourth-generation restaurateur whose family has clocked more than 85 years in the business.
Darden CEO Gene Lee didn’t pretend it was business as usual.
The way consumers react to the coronavirus pandemic is about as dynamic as it gets.