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Advertising American Advertising Federation-Daytona Beach, "Getting Out of Chase Mode" with Eric Shulman of Sander Training, 11:30 a.m. networking, noon-1 p.m. luncheon May 21, Vince Carter's Restaurant, 2150 LPGA Blvd., Daytona Beach. Admission to...
BEIJING — Exports of elegant Swiss watches to China have plunged. Sales of Mercedes-Benz and other premium sedans are slowing. And high-end restaurants, coming off their worst Chinese New Year festival in years, are starting to change their menus to...
Tags: Education, Politics, Restaurants, Sales, Luxury Vehicles
Everyone knows that opening an independent restaurant carries a certain amount of risk. Opening a restaurant in a building that formerly contained another restaurant can make the venture even riskier, depending on the old restaurant's reputation. Was it...
Fred Y. Sasaki put on a red tie and his gray suit. He was not a man who typically dressed up, but tonight was special. At 80 years old, Sasaki had built a successful career as a dry cleaner. He had just spent the day with his grandson. And now he was...
Los Angeles TimesEllen Bennett launched an apron company last year not knowing how to sew and not knowing how to run a business. Now she has the world, so to speak, by the strings. "There was just the idea," says the diminutive, consistently buoyant 25-year-old who also...
They've been downtown, and now they're heading to the beach. The Restaurant People, the group behind popular Fort Lauderdale restaurants such as YOLO and Tarpon Bend Food & Tackle, have opened a new restaurant steps away from the sand on Fort Lauderdale...
Sun SentinelLas Olas Association wants you to check out their website and rewarding you for doing so. The association of business owners along Fort Lauderdale's Las Olas Boulevard are giving out thousands of dollars in gift certificates and prizes to three people...
Harry Balzer has been studying what Americans eat for more than 30 years. And when it comes to what we put on our plate, much has stayed the same, says the chief industry analyst of Rosemont-based NPD Group. "I know what people will be eating in 10...
Des Plaines' new mayor, Matt Bogusz, recently spent a day at three businesses and pledged to streamline the licensing process for would-be entrepreneurs. Bogusz's first stop was J.B. Metal Works, Inc., at 1325 Lee. St., a family-owned blacksmith shop...
Tags: Business, Barack Obama
Chef Govind Armstrong likes to keep it fun, and he seems to be having his way from menus to restaurant businesses. “I've always been passionate about growing food and working in the gardens as a family and whatnot, ever since I was a child,” he says....
The gay couples who've booked Rouge Fine Catering in Hunt Valley for their weddings have appreciated not only good food and stylish events, but something less tangible. "They don't want to be with a caterer that is going to be judgmental," said Jonathan...
To satisfy diners who clamor for local produce, Nana takes it to a new level — the basement. That's where the restaurant, 3267 S. Halsted St., maintains a 100-square-foot hydroponic garden, which produces mustard greens, basil, broccoli and more,...
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