Elsewhere, some states are only just beginning to allow indoor dining, while others are gradually loosening limits on operations, citing declining infection rates
Owners and employee representatives urge more federal aid in subcommittee hearing as adjournment nears
If Gov. Mike DeWine signs the bill into law, Ohio will become the second state to legalize to-go alcoholic drinks permanently
Investigation should look at alleged unfair practices by Grubhub, Uber Eats and DoorDash; U.S. Representatives from three states also ask the FTC to take a closer look at franchisor/franchisee relationships; Grubhub says their mission is to drive...
The prolonged partial shutdown of restaurants tied to COVID-19 could trigger a WARN Act notice; one provision of the law protects employees who have experienced reduced hours for six months.
NRA public affairs EVP Sean Kennedy gives his perspective; plus insight into the recent CDC report linking COVID cases to restaurants and what the joint-employer ruling means
The National Restaurant Association reveals latest survey findings: 40% of operators say they are unlikely to stay in business six months from now if there are no additional relief packages from the federal government; trade group sends letter to...
Put aside partisan politics and send the industry a lifeline, restaurateur urges Congress
Insurers and restaurants are facing off over insurance coverage tied to the coronavirus crisis, but who will ultimately win?