Outspoken QSR CEO will headline National Conference

Andy Puzder is widely credited with turning around the troubled quick service restaurant chains of Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. By the time he left his position last year – and was being considered for the position of U.S. Labor Secretary – Puzder had earned a reputation as a smart restaurant operator who understands the challenges…

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Accepting change

There is always a certain amount of fear and trepidation about the unknown. Think back to 1999 as we approached the turn of the millennium and the catastrophes that were forecast to accompany Y2K, as it was then known. To hear some tell it back then, computers were going to think the year was 1900,…

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Campaign Trail Fluctuations

As the presidential campaign continues, albeit with the field effectively narrowed down to three, the positions of those candidates on the question of raising the federal minimum wage becomes more telling.  Last month, all three remaining ‘main-stream’ candidates verbalized their support for hiking the threshold to different levels, but where are they this month?  Democratic…

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