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“I couldn’t replicate that moment (from the private dinner),” Mason says. “And even if I could, people wouldn’t get it. They’d say, ‘what do you mean? It’s just a pile of greens. ... The fact that it was so simple would be lost on a lot of people.” … [Read more...] about How Lancaster County restaurants handle celebrities who come in for a bite
A homeless man who randomly stabbed a man to death as he was holding his daughter in a crowded Southern California restaurant was reported just a few hours earlier for disruptive behavior but police ultimately determined he was not a threat, authorities said Saturday. … [Read more...] about Dad Stabbed to Death as Daughter Sits in Lap at SoCal Restaurant
Following on the heels of similar strikes in recent weeks in New York and Chicago, hundreds of St. Louis area fast food restaurant employees walked off the job May 9, which affected more than 30 area businesses including a number of fast food franchise businesses. The strikes spread to Detroit on May 10. These employees joined a growing wave of protests over wages and other terms and conditions of employment in what is one of the fastest-growing segments in the U.S. labor market. You may even remember similar actions by Wal-Mart employees on Black Friday in 2012. … [Read more...] about Fast Food Restaurant Strikes Spread To St. Louis, Detroit
Stimulated by Argentina’s default on payment of its bonds in 2001, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) proposed the adoption of a “Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism.” Papers on this topic published by the IMF described in broad terms the objectives and possible design features of the “SDRM” [Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism] so as to assist nations whose debt had become unsustainable. These papers discussed the possibilities of (i) imposing a stay of creditor action against the defaulting nation-state while negotiations for debt restructuring continued, (ii) creating creditors committees to participate in the restructuring process and (iii) establishing a “Sovereign Debt Dispute Resolution Forum” with rule-making authority regarding claims administration and dispute resolution procedures. Although the IMF shelved this proposal in 2003 due to political pressures, the debate that it engendered has continued to flare up from time to … [Read more...] about Subnational Insolvencies and Beyond: If Detroit Can Be Restructured In A Bankruptcy Proceeding, Why Not Argentina?