Thursday, July 29


Fast Food, Food, McDonald's, oregon, restaurant, Retail

Watch a viral video exploring an abandoned 1980s McDonald’s restaurant, complete with pink-and-blue decor and an old McFlurry machine

A 10-minute YouTube video shows the inside of an abandoned McDonald's restaurant with 1980s decor. It has a vivid pink-and-blue color scheme, and syrups still stored underneath its McFlurry machine. An urban explorer filmed the restaurant for a viral TikTok video, and said it was abandoned in 2007. See more stories on Insider's business page. An urban explorer has posted a video of an abandoned McDonald's restaurant – and it's like stepping into a time capsule from the 1980s.The restaurant has retro pink and blue decor, including busy wallpaper, triangular wall art, and framed landscape photos. A lot of the kitchen equipment is sti...
Economy, Employment, Fast Food, Jobs, labor shortage, Papa John's, restaurant, Retail

Papa John’s is giving its pizza makers bonuses of up to $400, as restaurants cling onto staff in the labor shortage

Papa John's is handing out bonuses of up to $400 to many of its employees. Existing staff can get up to $400 in increments, and $50 for referring a new hire. Staff at corporate-owned restaurants are eligible. It didn't say how it would decide exact bonus amounts. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
automation, Cracker Barrel, Dave & Busters, Economy, Hiring, Labor Market, labor shortage, Markets, McDonald's, payrolls, restaurant, Restaurant apps, restaurant chain, restaurant chains, Retail, Unemployment, US Labor Market, worker shortage

Restaurants are starting to hire robots instead of people who are demanding higher pay

Businesses are tired of waiting for workers and are increasingly turning to automation instead. The trend has swept through the restaurant industry as the labor shortage is hurting hiring. People have long feared automation destroying jobs, but it could also kick off a "virtuous circle" that helps the economy. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
burger king, restaurant, Retail, Shooting, Weekend BI UK

Memphis police have reportedly arrested 2 customers who started a shooting in Burger King because their chicken sandwich had too much hot sauce

Police say they arrested customers who started a shooting in a Memphis Burger King, FOX13 reported. The uncle of a witness told FOX13 that one suspect said her chicken sandwich had too much hot sauce. Police records seen by the outlet say that two people were hit by the gunfire. LoadingSomething is loading. ...