More than a decade after Starbucks helped make "PSL" a household name, there is evidence restaurants are hitting the brakes on pumpkin.» Read More
Restaurants led the way for franchisees, adding 25,190 jobs this month, ADP said.
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Chipotle says carnitas are back on the menu at 90 percent of its restaurants.
Known more for its maple syrup, Canada is seeing another export—its fries—gain popularity in the U.S.
Burger King has taken a cue from its Japanese restaurants and will begin selling a Halloween Burger with a A.1. sauce-infused black bun.
Sanderson Farms is recalling more than a half million pounds of chicken products that may have been contaminated with metal, the USDA announced.
In a lawsuit, the SEC sued Richard Condon, who was involved in the bidding process for P.F. Chang's.
Most employees complained that they often receive their schedules one week or less in advance, the New York Times reports.
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Starbucks said it is now offering Mobile Order & Pay service in all of its more than 7,400 U.S. company-operated shops.
Darden Restaurants reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
Burgers versus chicken: One meat is expanding faster on restaurant menus.
More than 175,000 water bottles that were sold exclusively at Target are being recalled due to a choking hazard.
Buffalo Wild Wings will stop airing commercials featuring the comedian who lied about being in the World Trade Center during the Sept. 11 attacks.
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To celebrate four decades in Spain, Burger King's Spanish unit is trading burgers for bottles.
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"We were appalled to hear of an employee refusing service to two officers...," the company wrote in a statement.
Throwing back one (or two or five) is going to be more expensive at Oktoberfest this year.
A New Jersey woman won a $522,000 settlement in her case against a local Dunkin Donuts, after tripping over a spike in the parking lot.