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Low Wage Workers' Protest (Photo: $Fight for $15)

NEW YORK - Thousands of workers from New York and beyond will wage a major protest at tonight's Presidential Debate at Hofstra University, demanding a $15 an hour minimum wage and union rights.

Lady of America Founder Crashes Lamborghini, Killing 82-Year-Old Uber Driver

Marriott Buyout of Starwood Finalized, Becomes World’s Largest Hotel Chain

Ex-Owner of Jreck Subs Pleads Guilty of Bilking Investors of $9.5M, Tax Evasion

Dunkin’ to Replace Retiring President with Hoffmann of McDonald’s

Marriott’s Acquisition of Starwood Given the Green Light by China

Red Lion to Acquire Vantage Hospitality for Up to $41M

U.S. Restaurants Drop in Count, Chains Flatline

New 7-Eleven President Scheduled to Unveil Strategic Plan for Struggling Chain

Study: 1 Million Jobs Will Be Lost because of Fuel Economy Rules

Multi-Unit Franchisee Freezes Moe's Expansion in Columbia, MO

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Franchisee JAE Acquires Additional 97 Wendy’s Restaurants

Piada's Program to Attract and Keep Top Talent

Chick-fil-A Doubles Scholarship Amount for Employees’ College Education

UPDATED: Government Overreach Continues Even After You Die

How to Avoid Hiring the Toxic Employee

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Papa John's Understands Consumers Are Dynamic

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