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    Featured News Update from Restaurantchains.net on growing and emerging restaurant concepts

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    Posted 8 hours ago
    The National Council of Chain Restaurants today issued the following statement from Executive Director Rob Green following the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to delay the 2014 ethanol volume mandate:
    Posted 8 hours ago
    Comparable restaurant sales increased 5.9%
    Posted 8 hours ago
    Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM) announced that Greg Creed, 57, who will become Chief Executive Officer of the Company on January, 1, 2015, was formally appointed as a Director of the Board.
    Posted 9 hours ago
    Americana Group (Kuwait Food Company) and TGI Fridays today announced that they will significantly grow their partnership with a new agreement for Americana to open 35 new Fridays restaurants over the next five years. This agreement will give Americana a total of 90 Fridays locations by 2019.
    Posted 9 hours ago
    Luna Grill, a fast-casual Mediterranean concept headquartered in San Diego, announced that the company completed an over-subscribed round of financing from private sources. The new capital will fund the Company’s expansion plans over the next two years and signals a bright future for the rapidly expanding restaurant concept.
    Posted 9 hours ago
    Franchise’s First International Deal Highlights Global Demand for Cupcakes
    Posted 11 hours ago
    We in Hospitality often face dicey situations with our customers, who may be unhappy with an aspect of their experience with us. Too often, we cave, giving in to their complaints with some type of restitution, heavily laden with apologies. But, where do you draw the line? Some customers are just bad news.
    Newly remodeled restaurants thus far have seen average sales increases exceeding 15 percent.
    California Labor Commissioner Julie A. Su has assisted in brokering a $4 million settlement on behalf of 280 workers at Michelin-rated dim sum restaurant Yank Sing in San Francisco. The money represents back pay for minimum wage, meal, rest period, and other labor code violations, and is being distributed to employees of the restaurant's two San Francisco locations today.
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