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.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, there were a number of restaurants filing for bankruptcy.
The Senate late Wednesday passed a groundbreaking $2 trillion economic stimulus package intended to lift businesses and workers crippled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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 ...
In an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, officials in New York are reducing the capacity of facilities of 500 or less by 50 percent, which includes restaurants and bars.
Members of both houses of Congress introduced bills in late November that would require restaurants to notify employees 90 days in advance of a location closing.
Overlooking one simple ingredient can ruin an entire dish. Insurance works the same way; omitting one critical coverage can ruin an entire business.
Labor shortages, rising wages, and mounting overhead costs are pushing the restaurant industry to think broader than the bare minimum.
A new final overtime rule will raise certain employee earning levels to account for growth and changing pay practices, the Department of Labor announced September 24, making an estimated 1.3 millio ...