Swipe and Pay

5 things you need to know about taking credit cards   Pull out your wallet or pocketbook. What’s in there? Probably your driver’s license, some receipts, a few photos … and lots of plastic. But is there cash? For many Americans, the an...

The Tax Man Cometh

12 ways to maximize the tax season   It’s that time of year again. You know the drill. You hope to pay as little as possible while staying within the rules. Your CPA, accountant, enrolled agent, or tax preparer does the calculat­ing, gives yo...

Long Island, NY – Tour the Island

DENINO’S We rolled up to Denino’s Pizza Tavern –– an unassuming pizzeria in a working-class neighborhood on Staten Island –– at about two on a bright Wednesday afternoon. A few regulars peppered the granite countertop, and we took seats a...

2011 February: Lets Celebrate

A grand re-opening, an anniversary, winning a “Best of” award these are all milestones worth celebrating. After all that hard work, it might be tempting to kick back and quietly toast your success. But that would be a mistake. It’s not just tim...

2011 February: Pizza Expo – The Heat is On!

It’s February, and that means the folks in the International Pizza Expo offices are putting the finishing touches on the annual event that brings more than 6,000 pizzeria operators under one roof. Slated for Tuesday, March 1, through Thursday, Marc...

2011 February: II Pizzaiolo: Pitfire Pizza

When Paul Hibler speaks about his company’s focus on fresh, local, seasonal ingredients, he’s not hitting talking points with marketing-speak. No, he means it. Really means it. In Los Angeles, a prominent farmer’s market makes it easy for comme...

2011 January: Let it Snow

When the weather outside is frightful, the pizza delivery business can be anything but delightful. Forecasts of rain, sleet, snow, hail and sub-zero temperatures can mean trouble for delivery drivers, but these weather events (when handled appropriat...

2011 January: Slip and Fall

You have to admire those hardy restaurant owners who do business in severe-weather climates — they’re kind of like the post office, nothing gets in the way of providing pizza to their hungry customers. To their brethren operating in more temperat...
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