Portland restaurant owner blames Democrats for business downfall
Joule Crafted Nutrition owner Eric Post joined “Varney & Co.” Friday and said his business closed due to constant break-ins by homeless addicts.
Strategic Resource Group managing director Burt Flickinger argues the consumer will be compromised by 'higher retail prices and massive out of stocks' due to a rise in thefts.A 24-year-old worker at a high-end furniture store in Los Angeles was stabbed to death in the shop last week in what authorities were calling a random attack by a
A Manhattan womanwas also killed after a homeless man pushed her in front of an oncoming subway train in Times Square Saturday, authorities say.Photo of 61-year-old Simon Martial, who allegedly pushed a woman to her death on a NYC platform (WNYW)(WNYW)Read more: FOX Business »
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Duh! You reap what you sow stop voting blue Duh. Straight up. Dems This guy got $45K in PPP loan funds. Guess we're never getting back that money now. and he's even crying in the photo for extra effect?!
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Taco Bell starts business school for aspiring franchise ownersTaco Bell is on a mission to help its employees level up their skills and maybe even own a restaurant franchise in the future with a specialized fast food school.
A lifetime of waiting: South Side chef’s recipes featured in global cookbookJosephine 'Mother' Wade, owner of Chatham’s soul food restaurant Josephine’s Southern Cooking, has her recipes for shrimp etouffee and hush puppies featured in an exclusive cookbook featuring chefs from around the world.
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Retail expert warns surge in retail crime will 'crush the economy' Strategic Resource Group managing director Burt Flickinger argues the consumer will be compromised by 'higher retail prices and massive out of stocks' due to a rise in thefts..scholarships to cover tuition for the program in addition to internal acknowledgment and business school swag.Josephine “Mother” Wade, owner of Josephine’s Southern Cooking in the Chatham neighborhood, will have two recipes featured in a cookbook highlighting chefs from around the world.
A 24-year-old worker at a high-end furniture store in Los Angeles was stabbed to death in the shop last week in what authorities were calling a random attack by a A Manhattan woman was also killed after a homeless man pushed her in front of an oncoming subway train in Times Square Saturday, authorities say. Photo of 61-year-old Simon Martial, who allegedly pushed a woman to her death on a NYC platform (WNYW) (WNYW) Post told Varney he isn’t optimistic about reopening the doors to his business and doesn’t see crime rates improving in the future. "I'm not alone… thousands of small business owners were forced to pick up needles and garbage… cleaning human waste off our doorsteps before we could open," he said. "Restaurant leaders across Taco Bell are being recruited by their field leaders and Corporate, and are receiving communications encouraging them to apply through the Yum! Center for Global Franchise Excellence at [the] University of Louisville," a spokesperson for Taco Bell told FOX Business. "Constantly scrubbing graffiti and picking up broken glass." "This isn't happening because of failed leadership here. In 1986, Wade opened Captain’s Hard Times in Chatham, although she eventually changed the name to Josephine’s Southern Cooking.
This is happening because of leadership and those ideologies that brought us to this standpoint. In a press release, Taco Bell said its franchise education initiatives have been launched to build a diverse talent pipeline and franchise system." Varney asked the small business owner if he would ever consider leaving Portland to go to "greener pastures elsewhere." "Well, I’d definitely consider it," Post replied. . "When I first started working in a Taco Bell restaurant in 1983, I thought I would only stay for a few months," Reagan said.