The EU plans to investigate if the chain dodged over $1 billion in taxes.
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This has not been a great year for the Bushwick pizza hut.
According to a new report from a corporate taxpayer watchdog group.
Silicon Valley demands to know what's next, taxing free coffee?
There appears to be no rhyme or reason to the newly updated property value assessments, but one thing's for certain: restaurants are going to have shell out a lot more dough.
So much for all that The City That Loves You Back business!
The previous closing was said to be temporary, but who knows if it will reopen after going dark a second time?
It's been in business since 1951, so a pesky tax problem can't keep it down.
New York's small brewers are toasting after their tax exemption was reinstated.
The Scoop's Paolo Lucchesi posed an interesting question this morning, which naturally confounded many SFGate readers — "Would you pay a tax at restaurants to help the homeless?" Lucchesi goes on to explain that Florida incorporated a one percent tax...
Chicago has the second-highest restaurant taxes in the country.
There are allegations of embezzlement and rightful ownership.
Corbett’s Secretary of Health Wastes Taxpayer Money on New Windbreakers; Ten Million People Are at the Risk of Starvation in Somalia
Plus Katy Perry is latest celebrity to suffer food poisoning; and scientists say consuming invasive species could be a good thing, all in our morning news roundup.
Could Jimmy John's leave the state?
And just in time to ditch that delusional "get fewer hangovers in 2011" New Year's resolution. Yes, it's true: Massachusetts's 6.25 alcohol sales tax will go the way of Four Loko on January 1. Sigh. One less reason to cross...
Study: Even With Soda Tax Kids Will Be Fat; Germany Pledges Millions to Battle Child Hunger and Promote Sustainable Agriculture
Plus windowsill gardening could be a boon to fresh food-deprived urban areas, and Angelina Jolie digs Spanish food, all in our morning news roundup.
Philadelphia's new Fine Wine and Good Spirits store is LCB's way of thumbing its nose at Corbett.
Hunger-Relief Groups See a Sixty Percent Increase in Demand; Former Palmer Social Club Manager Gets Three Years Probation For Tax Fraud
Plus Americans will spend at least two days shopping and enjoying merriment this holiday season, and Jone's bacon-flavored soda has an unappealing aftertaste, all in our morning news roundup.
If you get your bagel sliced, it's an extra eight cents.