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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • San Diego council approves minimum wage hike to $11.50 an hour by 2017

    San Diego council approves minimum wage hike to $11.50 an hour by 2017
    SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - The San Diego City Council gave formal approval on Monday to an ordinance that would incrementally raise the minimum wage in California's second-largest city to $11.50 an hour by January 2017, mostly for workers in the restaurant and...
  • People on the move

    Retail Jeffrey Agid was promoted to store manager at Dolphin Carpet & Tile in Southwest Ranches. Jeanine Dronsick joined Maya Swimwear as sales director in Miami. Dronsick began her career as vice president of production and director of sales for her...
  • McDonnells -- and politics -- about to stand trial

    McDonnells -- and politics -- about to stand trial
    RICHMOND — Bob and Maureen McDonnell start the trial Monday that will dictate the rest of their lives. Also on trial: Unsavory cash-fueled elements of politics, and Virginia's particular tradition of donor generosity toward the state's political...
  • El Pollo Loco stock sizzles to close at 60% above IPO price

    El Pollo Loco stock sizzles to close at 60% above IPO price
    El Pollo Loco, the fast-food chain known for Mexican-style grilled chicken, found a sizzling reception on Wall Street for its initial public offering. Shares of the Costa Mesa company closed up $9.03, or 60%, at $24.03, up from the IPO price of $15. The...
  • Mayor sets out to transform L.A. streets through 'urban acupuncture'

    Mayor sets out to transform L.A. streets through 'urban acupuncture'
    San Pedro's Gaffey Street is no one's idea of a quaint village. Cars pour off the 110 Freeway, frequently at high speeds. The street's palm trees provide little shade. The corridor is dominated by businesses catering to the automobile — KFC,...
  • Home Restaurant: A Haven For Those With Food Allergies

    Home Restaurant: A Haven For Those With Food Allergies
    Jared Schulefand wanted a place he could call home, and he found just the spot in Branford. Schulefand's restaurant, called Home, is a stylish yet cozy space that he hopes customers find relaxing and accommodating. "The [idea] behind the restaurant is...
  • McDonald's profit falls on weak U.S., Europe sales

    (Reuters) - McDonald's Corp reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit as comparable sales in its struggling U.S. business fell for the third straight quarter and sales in Europe declined for the first time in four quarters. McDonald's shares fell...
  • Food trucks add new tastes to cuisine scene in Hampton Roads

    Food trucks add new tastes to cuisine scene in Hampton Roads
    It's late Thursday morning, and workers queue up in front of the Karnage Asada food truck parked at The Net Center building in Hampton. From the Latin-Asian inspired menu, they order dishes like Dragon Whip Beef Taco, made with chipotle-braised beef and...
  • McDonald's, KFC in China caught up in scandal over expired meat

    Chinese officials shut down a U.S.-owned food processor after local media reported that it had been selling expired meat to McDonald's, KFC and other restaurant chains.  China's latest food scandal broke after Dragon TV reported that Shanghai Husi...
  • Gazpacho on a stick

    Gazpacho on a stick
    Sometimes the simplest ideas can result in the most amazing of things. That's the case with these gazpacho frozen pops, in which gazpacho, the tomato, bread and vegetable soup from Spain, is frozen into individual appetizer servings on a stick. The soup...
  • Miami restaurant, survivor of desegregation and riots, to close

    MIAMI (Reuters) - After more than half a century, Jumbo's, famous for its fried shrimp and conch, and one of the first Miami restaurants to desegregate in the late 1960s, is closing this week as the site is sold to a developer of affordable housing....