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RB's virtual roundtable of restaurant tech execs predicts the platforms and strategies that will spur engagement in the future.

The upscale restaurant market has its celebrity chefs, but the limited-service sector is giving rise to a group of marquee-name investors whose very interest tends to anoint their holdings as likely successes.

Consumers reveal which chain limited-time offers they are most likely to order based on the name and description.

The top three burger chains, all QSRs, own two-thirds of the category's sales.

A powerful chain is poking a toe into breakfast, a new restaurant job is taking shape, a wave of restaurant IPOs appear to be on the horizon, and not every brand sees magic in order-ahead apps.

The top and fastest-growing chains don’t always align with average total menu items in their sectors.

Today, customers merely have to say what they want, without any pesky humans interfering as the request is dispatched to the kitchen in a readable form.

Sweet fixin's of the South are on the rise on chain restaurant menus.