The cut-throat nature of New York City’s real estate market made it difficult for small businesses to thrive even before the pandemic.
Dave & Buster’s, which plans on permanently laying off more than 1,300 workers, said in a filing that bankruptcy may be next if it ca
Closures are on the rise for restaurants as COVID-19 crosses the half-year mark.
American Blue Ribbon Holdings announced Monday that it’s emerging from bankruptcy with two separate entities and 62 fewer company-owned restaurants.
While it would be an effortless trap to fall into, Dave & Buster’s doesn’t want to get stuck in recent history or the near-term realities of COVID-19.
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Golden Gate Capital announced Monday it’s agreed to sell its remaining equity stake in Red Lobster to a consortium of existing brand investor Thai Union and Red Lobster management.
The restaurant industry remains in a holding pattern, with no end in sight. And it’s troubling consumers.
COVID-19 has brought out the good, the bad, and the ugly of running a business. Some businesses are thriving while others, unfortunately, have been killed.