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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • 08/18: Business events

    Chamber Oviedo-Winter Springs: Bagels and Business event featuring the three candidates running for Seminole County School Board, District 1: Frank D. Curcio, Jeff Bauer, and Rich Sloane, 8-9:30 a.m. Aug. 20, Oviedo Mall Community Room, 1700 Oviedo...
  • Small-business profile: Tamales … A Mexican Joint.

    Small-business profile: Tamales … A Mexican Joint.
    Northbrook resident Jeff Gorbena, 42, is a native of Las Vegas. His restaurant, Tamales … A Mexican Joint, is a part of the Highland Park dining landscape. Gorbena has owned Tamales (formerly Hot Tamales under the previous owner) for eight years....
  • E-commerce offers more than just a menu

    E-commerce offers more than just a menu
    Imagine going to a restaurant and everything on the menu looks good but you’re particularly intrigued by the yellowfin tuna - something you’ve never tried before. Now you’re sure you can’t live without it. The server approaches,...
  • Person to Person: Concrete steps to save a 'drowning' person

    Is there someone in your circle of life who's dragging you down? You know how this goes. Your employee, adult son, friend or sibling has some major issues, and the pain is affecting you. If you're dealing with someone who has problems galore, keep in...
  • Brazilian community in South Florida attracts companies in Brazil to US market

    Brazilian community in South Florida attracts companies in Brazil to US market
    More companies. Faster growth. You could call it a Brazilian boom. Brazilian companies are reaching into South Florida as never before, using the area's established and growing Brazilian community as a stepping stone to the broader U.S. market. South...
  • Alamo Drafthouse Cinema plans downtown L.A. theater

    Alamo Drafthouse Cinema plans downtown L.A. theater
    Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, the quirky Austin-based theater chain known for its beer and food service, is expanding into downtown Los Angeles. The cinema chain, which specializes in independent and repertory films, will open its first L.A. theater at 7th...
  • Journalist says he was attacked at Ferguson looting scene

    Independent photo journalist Abe Van Dyke said Friday he was punched by looters and his camera equipment damaged after police began firing tear gas. "Things just went out of control really quick," said Van Dyke, a Waukesha, Wis., resident. First, Van...
  • Parking issues vex Burbank merchants

    Parking issues vex Burbank merchants
    A group of Magnolia Park merchants has asked the city to crack down on parking enforcement and add tougher parking restrictions on their block, arguing that customer traffic has suffered due to a local cafe "monopolizing" area parking. Ten merchants...
  • Fairfield County's Strength Drives State's Job Recovery

    Fairfield County has been Connecticut's jobs engine for the past year, with a growth rate of 2.3 percent, nearly four times faster than the statewide pace. Connecticut employers added 2,400 jobs in July — the sixth consecutive month of job growth...
  • Biz-News: Ruby's to open 'Dinette' on 17th Street

    Biz-News: Ruby's to open 'Dinette' on 17th Street
    The Ruby's Diner at 428 E. 17th St. in Costa Mesa will reopen Thursday as Ruby's Dinette. The new concept advances the diner's look a couple of decades — from the well-known 1940s theme of red vinyl booths, Formica counters and juke boxes, to what a...
  • American dream thriving in boomtown -- Williston, N.D.

    This summer marks five years since the "Great Recession" officially ended. For millions of Americans, it probably does not seem possible that our economy has grown for that long. After all, by historical standards, the current recovery is anemic, if not...