Labor crunch besets restaurants as dining demand rises (Bloomberg)  A labor crunch is cooking in the restaurant industry as venues from San Francisco to New York increase wages and benefits to attract cooks, servers and dishwashers.   —Ron Ruggless Popeyes plucks Burke for communications (O'Dwyer's) Atlanta-based Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Inc. has named former JetBlue Airways public relations veteran Todd Burke as vice president of corporate ...

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