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Sandra Jauregui, center, a fast-food worker for 14 years, and other workers in the industry rally at the state Capitol in Sacramento on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022, demanding that fast-food companies such as McDonald’s, In-N-Out Burger and Chipotle stop seeking to repeal Assembly Bill 257, which creates a government-run labor council for the industry.

California restaurants collect 1 million signatures to challenge new fast food labor law

Sandra Jauregui, center, a fast food worker for 14 years, and other industry workers rally at the State Capitol in Sacramento on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022, demanding that fast food companies such as McDonald’s, In- N-Out Burger and Chipotle stop seeking to repeal Assembly Bill 257, which creates a government-run labor council for the industry. …

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Former Twitter security chief warns Musk is going fast and 'breaking things'

Former Twitter security chief warns Musk is going fast and ‘breaking things’

Yoel Roth was Twitter’s chief trust and safety officer until his resignation in early November. He worries about the changes Elon Musk is making to the platform. David Odisho/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption David Odisho/Getty Images Yoel Roth was Twitter’s chief trust and safety officer until his resignation in early November. He worries about …

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Global Fast Food Market Report 2022: Impact of Ukraine-Russia War

Global Fast Food Market Report 2022: Impact of Ukraine-Russia War

ReportLinker The major players in the fast food market are Auntie Anne’s Inc., Cinnabon Franchisor SPV LLC, Domino’s Pizza Inc., Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc, Hardee’s Restaurants LLC, Firehouse Restaurant Group Inc., Jack in the Box Inc. New York, Nov. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Fast Food Market Global …

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Entrepreneurship was once a form of privilege.  It's changing - but not fast enough

Entrepreneurship was once a form of privilege. It’s changing – but not fast enough

After decades of declining entrepreneurship, record numbers of Americans have started their own businesses and gone to work for themselves. Thanks to the Great Resignation and a booming economy, 360 out of 100,000 American adults have become new entrepreneurs each month on average in 2021. Recent immigrants, black and Hispanic Americans, and young workers are …

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