Who are better tippers in restaurants, older or younger diners? You might be surprised, reports a new survey - 30 percent of those 18 to 34 admit they usually skimp on their tip, while nearly all customers age 65-plus say they tip the expected 15 to 20 percent.
In the restaurant business, the conventional wisdom used to be that attracting young adults was the surest road to profit, because people invariably tended to dine out less as they got older. But boomers, an iconoclastic generation that's refuted so many other age stereotypes, are upending the old equation.
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