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chain store:

see storestore,
commonly a shop or other establishment for the retail sale of commodities, but also a place where wholesale supplies are kept, exhibited, or sold. Retailing—the sale of merchandise to the consumer—is one of the oldest businesses in the world and was practiced
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Menu items at chain restaurants, including drive-through and takeout boards.
The National Council of Chain Restaurants today issued the following statement from Executive Director Rob Green on the National Labor Relations Board decision on what defines a "joint employer":
In a separate statement, National Corn Growers Association President Pam Johnson said: "A half-baked report from the lobbyists for chain restaurants does not serve up an accurate picture of ethanol's impact when it comes to boosting jobs in rural America, lowering fuel prices or helping increase energy independence by expanding domestic, renewable fuel use in the United States.
The Technomic Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report provides Technomic's exclusive one-year sales forecast by menu category, an update on franchise and international activity, an expanded Outlook & Opportunities section, new Key Themes, and much more.
PwC estimated the impact under several scenarios and concluded that the RFS mandate could cost chain restaurants up to $3.
The National Council of Chain Restaurants is committed to repealing the corn ethanol mandate and the Renewable Fuel Standard," NCCR Executive Director Rob Green said.
If enacted, the provision would require chain restaurants with 20 or more locations to disclose on the menu or menu board the calories included in each standard menu item.
While it's unclear how many of those are small businesses rather than large chain restaurants, the California Restaurant Association estimates that 70 percent of restaurants nationwide are small businesses.
2 -- color) A popular hangout for almost 30 years, Tim-Toms in Santa Clarita lost its lease and was forced to close so a chain restaurant could have the space.
The CRCA's mission is: "to serve the chain restaurant industry and strengthen the total rewards discipline through collaboration by providing access to leading edge market data, benchmarking, networking and learning opportunities.
WASHINGTON -- The National Council of Chain Restaurants today issued the following statement from Executive Director Rob Green on Environmental Protection Agency's decision not to grant a waiver of the Renewable Fuel Standard mandate:
Designed to honor leaders in the chain restaurant industry, the program comprises three separate awards: