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Staying Safe on the Job:  Going Beyond OSHA

It's estimated that for every dollar spent in workers' compensation claims, an employer will pay out four to 10 times that in indirect costs due to lost productivity resulting from supervisors leaving their post to investigate the case, other employees driving the injured to the doctor, lost revenue of the injured worker and more.

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Millennials, the Industry’s Growing Customer Base

Like most people, I find myself reading more and more about Millennials and their impact on the economy, including the foodservice industry. Just who are they? They are those persons born between the years 1982 and 2004.

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“My Only Regret In Life Is That I Did Not Drink More Champagne” ~ John Maynard Keynes

These are said to have been the last words of John Maynard Keynes, English economist and father of macroeconomics. For a wine to have so profoundly touched the heart of this famous number cruncher there must be something magical about this beverage.

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Metro New York Mixology

I love beer and would like to say that I would write about it more often if it weren’t for the fact that I’m drinking other things these days.

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Hot Restaurant Concepts for 2015

New York is a financial capital, entertainment capital, a shopping capital -- and a food capital too! Despite expensive rents and busy diners, restaurateurs are compelled to bring the latest trends here – and 2015 will be no exception. Look for the following concepts to make news – and diners happy in the year ahead.

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Once Upon a Time

“Once upon a time, food was about where you came from. Now, for many of us, it is about where we want to go,” John Lanchester.

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Turkey and Wine—Perfect Together!

For people that love food and wine, Thanksgiving just might be the perfect holiday.  It is the one time of year we assemble where it’s about dining and thankfully no major gift giving is involved. The traditional meal in our house consists of the infamous turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and if maybe some green bean casserole to round out the plate.

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The Pace of Business

I recently returned last week from 14 days of traveling throughout Europe.

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Metro New York Mixology

There is a chill in the air and if a recent trip to Hudson, NY is any indication, there is going to be a change in the seasons.

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After the Bar

This month’s story is on the danger after hours. In the restaurant and bar industry, we are surrounding by temptation. Things that feed on the senses: food, drink, and people.

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