By M&C Report team2002-09-10T00:00:00+01:00
McDonald’s has sued its former chief executive Steve Easterbook amid allegations that he fraudulently hid details of three “physical sexual relationships” with employees when he was fired last November, the Financial Times reports.
The number of restaurant sector job losses so far this year are nearly double those lost in the whole of 2019, according to the Centre for Retail Research.
Less than two thirds (62%) of the UK’s licensed premises were trading again by the end of July, with pubs reopening at a quicker rate than restaurants, according to the new Market Recovery Monitor from CGA and Alix Partners.
Landlords and operators have come together in a joint call for a government backed ‘property bounceback grant’ to facilitate in rent negotiations.
Managed pub, bar and restaurant operators saw a continued improvement in like-for-like sales throughout July, but were still almost 25% down on pre-coronavirus levels by the end of the month, the latest Coffer Peach Business Tracker has revealed.
Kerb founder Petra Barran is a doer. Since she first originated the Kerb concept from a single ice cream van in 2010, the business has grown exponentially. It currently works with approximately 120 partner traders – a pool of street food ideas that is constantly expanding - has five permanent street markets across London, one foodhall, and a substantial corporate catering arm. So, as a business so well adept at evolving at pace, it’s no real surprise that after five months of closure, Kerb is itching to kickstart its recovery.
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