Emerson, Robert . 1946-. Restaurants, Convenience foods, Restaurants, Aliments précuisinés. New York : Lebhar-Friedman Books.
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Fast-food chains could be in danger in the coming months. Hollis Johnson In 1979 - almost 40 years ago - Robert L. Emerson published "Fast Food: The Endless Shake Out," which argues that the industry exists in a cycle of booms and busts. The restaurant industry is engaging in a "turf battle" as fears over store closures increase. Rising labor costs, changing millennial tastes, and too many choices means the industry is more competitive than ever before. In 1979 - almost 40 years ago - Robert L. Major waves of closures are a part of the fast-food industry, and one that Hamburger says he has seen occur a number of times since he started covering the restaurant industry in the late '80s.
ISBN 10: 0912016841 ISBN 13: 9780912016849. Publisher: Lebhar-Friedman Books, 1979.
the endless shakeout. by Emerson, Robert L. Published 1979 by Lebhar-Friedman Books in New York
the endless shakeout. Published 1979 by Lebhar-Friedman Books in New York.
Emerson, Robert L. Fast Food: The Endless Shakeout, New York, Lebhar-Friedman Books, 1979; Luxenberg, Stan. Roadside Empires: How the Chains Franchised America, New York, Viking, 1985. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography.
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