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The season 13 Top Chef contestant is soon to open his fine-dining jewel, The Shaw Bijou, in Washington, D.C.

Florida’s restaurant and lodging community is working to raise funds for the victims of the recent shooting in Orlando. Find out how you can help. 

Food costs are lower this summer, thanks to a surplus of pork, chicken and beef, industry experts say. Coffee is a good buy, too.

Forty-six states added restaurant locations in 2015, led by a gain of more than 2,000 establishments in California, according to the NRA’s chief economist.

Although the restaurant industry added establishments, it expanded at a rate below the overall private sector for the second consecutive year, according to the NRA’s chief economist.

Real savings happen when you outfit your restaurant with efficient equipment, but the ROI needs to be better for buy-in to occur, a design expert says.

Here are seven kid-friendly trends chefs are watching – and you should, too.

Chefs say consumers are asking for affordable but great-tasting food cooked quickly, with a side of simplicity and environmental sustainability.

The President-elect's choice to head the Department of Labor is a longtime industry executive who brings years of business experience to the post.

What's hot, what's not? Dig into the top food trends for 2017.

Additional analysis of What's Hot in 2017 survey results reveal a few more food ideas to keep an eye on in the next year.

After a judge issued a temporary stay on the Department of Labor’s overtime rule changes, our labor experts gave tips and guidance to employers.

The FDA is extending the compliance date for the federal government’s menu labeling regulation to May 5, 2017, to coincide with its enforcement date.

Beginning Jan. 22, 2017, all U.S. employers will be required to use a revised version of the government's I-9 form when hiring new employees.

Join our labor and workforce policy experts for answers on what happens next regarding the delay of the government's overtime rule changes.

The NRA's leader has led the organization through a series of wide-ranging policy issues and increased the number of products and services it offers to members.

Court delays overtime effective date until it rules on two challenges to the regulation.

The goal of the partnership is to advance opportunities for people of all races, ethnicities and orientations.

News NRA research shows that about one in 10 consumers plan to dine out for a Thanksgiving meal, and one in 20 will get takeout.

As National Apprenticeship Week gets underway, we're sharing plans for our new initiative that prepares prospective employees for industry careers.