The Cheyenne Diner began its move to Alabama on Sunday as its iconic sign was removed and lifted onto a flatbed truck.
[NY Daily News]
Jack in the Box is experimenting with outsourcing its order-taking to a call center elsewhere because apparently it’s just too expensive to have teenagers making minimum wage manning the fast food headset.
[News & Observer]
The kosher symbol was mistakenly left off 14 million boxes of Girl Scout Thin Mints cookies.
In an amusing article, Raymond Sokolov asks why we accept culinary innovation from the likes of Grant Achatz but not at the Olive Garden.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on January 26, 2009