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Epic Programs Group, a managing underwriter and program administrator providing risk management and insurance solutions, has announced an expansion of coverage available in its newest program for delivery operators. Dubbed "SLICE" (safety, loss control, insurance, coverage, expertise), the program now...
Big Brother may not be monitoring the pizza business in the UK, but Y-cam Solutions is. The provider of remote monitoring products is helping Domino's Pizza protect its 600 company and franchised stores across the UK and Ireland with more...
The FDA's law requiring restaurant chains with 20 or more locations to provide detailed nutritional information on menus could take effect as early as 2012, but some restaurant operators are not on board with the requirements. The National Restaurant Association...
VendorSafe Technologies, a provider of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliant solutions, has announced its proactive scalable approach to network security. A 2010 survey by the National Retail Federation and First Data Corp. of small- and medium- size retailers in the U.S.
Texas Fried Chicken and Pizza in Newark N.J., was the scene of a fatal shooting in late May, sparking the city council to author an ordinance to force small restaurants to post armed guards after 9 p.m.
Pizza Hut franchisee Rage Inc. has rolled out DigitalPersona U.are.U Fingerprint Biometrics in 118 Pizza Hut locations throughout South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. The system requires employees to scan their fingerprints when using the company's Speedline Point-of-Sale...
Vendor Safe Technologies and FastCasual.com will present a webinar May 3 addressing changes to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and its impact on restaurant operations. The changes are being touted as PCI DSS 2.0.
Boston's "pizza bandit," who placed a fake $3,900 order last month at Antonio's Pizza, has agreed to pay up. According to The Republican, the man, who wishes to remain anonymous, and the pizzeria agreed to an undisclosed settlement stemming from...
Restaurants in Pennsylvania have been warned by the U.S. Agriculture Department of a potential scam involving an unidentified caller claiming to be a health inspector seeking business information. Restaurants in Venango and York counties have recently received the suspicious calls.