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Ken Friedman Will Pay $240,000 to Settle Sexual-Harassment Suit
The Spotted Pig owner agreed to pay the six-figure amount, plus a share of his profits, to 11 plaintiffs as part of a settlement.
Star Sommelier Resigns After Sexual-Assault Allegations
Anthony Cailan has stepped away from the New York restaurant the Usual.
the chain gang
McDonald’s Fires CEO Over Relationship With Employee
Steve Easterbrook is out after nearly five years at the helm of the fast-food giant.
Every Chef and Restaurant Owner Accused of Sexual Misconduct in the #MeToo Era
Updates on all those accused, including the announcement that Mario Batali has been bought out of his ownership in B&B Hospitality.
Mario Batali Has Given Up Ownership of His Restaurants
Eight months after execs at his restaurant group said he would do so.
Mario Batali’s Empire in the Wake of Mario Batali
A year after allegations against him emerged, anyone who eats at Babbo is still filling his pockets.
women and power
What the Prune Chefs Hoped to Accomplish With the Spotted Pig
Gabrielle Hamilton and Ashley Merriman dreamed of writing the second chapter in the #MeToo story. Instead, they got scorched.
Gabrielle Hamilton on Ken Friedman: ‘We Are Going to Be the Second Marriage’
The Prune chef offers insight into her controversial decision to help run the Spotted Pig alongside accused abuser Ken Friedman.
Anthony Bourdain Spoke Out Where Other Men Wouldn’t
The chef was an early and unwavering supporter of the #MeToo movement.
What We Should Expect From the Men Who Run Restaurants
Sexual assault is the biggest problem facing the hospitality industry. The time for action is now.