The owner of Jimmy John's and Arby's has bought Subway, and a Massachusetts senator has concerns.
A new joint employer rule from the NLRB threatens to fundamentally change the business relationship between a franchise and its parent company.
Boosting minimum wages often increases unemployment and raises prices.
McDonald's invested in some spiffy new toys, but almost everything else stayed the same.
Thanks to globalization, we plebes can pay just $6.49 for a whole Whopper meal fit for a 16th-century king.
Liz Truss seeks to possibly end ill-advised bans on advertising and special deals on foods experts deem “unhealthy.”
Where have we heard before about government councils dictating terms to nominally private enterprise?
Food companies don't determine what parents put in their shopping carts.
Businesses that give customers condiments without them first asking for them could receive fines totaling $300.
Biden's New Spending Framework Promises To Do Everything but Still Cost Nothing. That Doesn't Make Sense.
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The vast majority of hospitalized COVID-19 patients are overweight. Why won’t the government stop subsidizing junk food?
Minimum wage jobs aren't supposed to be career choices, but stepping stones on the way to other things. Everyone has to start out somewhere.
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NYPD Cops Claimed Shake Shack Employees Put Bleach in Their Milkshakes. An NYPD Investigation Found Otherwise.
Cops have a long history of thinking fast food workers are out to get them.
Executive orders may have encouraged the lockdowns, but they always depended on voluntary behavior.
No, but that's not stopping a litigious vegan from making his case.
Or maybe not. We probably need more research.
The burger chain plans to flout FDA regulations with special 4/20 offering
The proposal comes as restaurants struggle with the city's new $15 minimum wage.
Trump's fast-food feast at the White House earned jeers, then backlash to the jeers. But who cares? This is comedy gold.
Government-mandated price hikes do a lot of things. Spurring technological innovation is not one of them.
The second-rate fast-food giant gets basic internet protocols wrong.
Federal Labor Board Reverses Bad Decision that Made Corporations Responsible for Franchise Decisions
Union influence (and the pursuit of deep pockets) temporarily overruled economic literacy and common sense.
Magical thinking that hurts job seekers
It's just one part of an overall unhealthy diet, something we all already knew.