Many restaurateurs expect the difficulties of 2009 to continue in 2010. The economy isn’t expected to begin an upturn until the second half of the year, unemployment should remain near 10 percent through the year, and consumers may have changed their spending habits for good. Still, the restaurant industry is filled with entrepreneurs and optimistic businessmen and businesswomen looking to survive and then thrive in the beginning of this new decade. “The high expectations of ...
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