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Restaurants Approaching a Tipping Point on Wages?

Restaurants Approaching a Tipping Point on Wages?

Are Restaurants Approaching a Tipping Point on Wages? Higher minimum wages pressure restaurants to reconsider tipping practices 845 words By Ann Meyer  Huertas restaurant in New York eliminated tips and increased menu prices to pay workers more fairly. Photos courtesy of Huertas. Changing an age-old practice like tipping a restaurant server takes a concerted effort, […]

IPO market recovers from summer doldrums

IPO market recovers from summer doldrums

Press release submitted by PricewaterhouseCoopers NEW YORK – Oct. 2, 2012 – The continued strength in the equities markets, a healthy registration pipeline, a decrease in market volatility and the second largest U.S. IPO of 2012 are all expected to support increased IPO momentum into the fourth quarter, according to IPO Watch, a quarterly and […]

SES Chicago to feature Avinash Kaushik

SES Chicago to feature Avinash Kaushik

Press Release Submitted by SEO PR SES Chicago (a division of SES Conferences and Incisive Media) will be the final stop on Google and Web analytics wizard Avinash Kaushik’s 2012 U.S. tour. Avinash is set to deliver the opening keynote address entitled: Analyze. Stream. Engage: Transform Your Business by Enhancing Digital on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 9:00 […]

Manufacturing technology exhibitors show foreign strength

Manufacturing technology exhibitors show foreign strength

   By Michael Muth GlobalBiz Columnist I attended the International Manufacturing Technology Show at McCormick Place Sept. 10 through 15 with the intention of finding out where the state of Illinois stands in the potential revival of manufacturing in America and how Illinois manufacturing companies are competing in global markets.  I attended an event last […]

Ifbyphone finds growth in call management

Ifbyphone finds growth in call management

  By Ann Meyer If you think the  growth of the Internet and text messaging have wiped out the need for phone calls, think again. One of the fastest-growing small businesses in the nation routes more than 15 million minutes of phone calls in a typical month, and it’s not in the traditional phone business. […]

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