The CARES Act promises to deliver $349 billion in aid to small businesses across the country crippled by COVID-19.
Black Box Intelligence Wednesday released its latest look into the immense impact COVID-19 is making on the restaurant industry.
Craftworks Holdings, parent of Logan’s Roadhouse and Old Chicago Pizza & Tap Room, fired a majority of its 18,000 employees that were furloughed a few weeks ago.
To create financial flexibility during the COVID-19 pandemic, Red Robin announced Wednesday that it is suspending the rollout of Donatos Pizza at its stores.
More details were shared Tuesday about the $349 billion set aside for a new small-business loan program.
With state mandates pushing restaurants to limit operations or close entirely during the coronavirus pandemic, operators are turning to insurers to see how they can recoup losses.
Front Burner Restaurants CEO Randy Dewitt cried in the car on his way home. The day before, he furloughed 99 percent of hourly employees and many of his Texas-based company’s managers. ...
Food Network star Guy Fieri is partnering with the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation to help restaurant workers who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. ...
Restaurant operators across the nation are awaiting the benefits of the $2 trillion stimulus package, also known as the CARES Act, signed by President Donald Trump on March 27.
Logical or not, food has gotten a bad rap during the COVID-19 crisis. Call it the (hopefully temporary) death of the “live-to-eat society.”