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The healthy-food chain hopes to appeal to the suburban crowd.
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CEO of Culinary School PlantLab Charged With Embezzling $2.4 Million
The 35 felony charges against Adam Zucker include money laundering and grand theft by embezzlement.
CEO of Culinary School Who 'Disappeared' Appears to Have Spent a Week in Jail
PlantLab CEO Adam Zucker said he'd been dealing with a 'catastrophic' personal issue for more than a week when his staff was unable to contact him. The time coincides with the arrest and incarceration of a person by the same name on embezzlement charges.
The CEO of a Culinary School Is Missing. Students Are Now on the Hook for Thousands Paid in Tuition.
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How a Partner Behind the Famous Vegan Restaurant Chain By Chloe Moved Forward After a Lawsuit, Online Harassment and a Miscarriage
Samantha Wasser dealt with a number of personal and professional setbacks amidst helping launch By Chloe, a popular vegan fast-casual chain. She tells us her story.
This Entrepreneur Fought Her Neighbors for Her Right to Open Her First D.C. Restaurant and Won
It took this restaurant owner three times as long as expected to get her liquor license after a community battle with men who accused her of trying to open a brothel.