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Plaintiffs ask to resolve a lawsuit over Arby’s data breach

A U.S. court has been asked to ratify a $2 million payment.

Technology

Major tech infusion planned for Applebee’s, IHOP

Parent Dine Brands plans to invest in capabilities ranging from better in-store Wi-Fi to geolocation systems that signal the arrival of a takeout customer.

The Phoenix test, expected to be expanded to additional markets this spring, will allow customers and store managers to track drivers.

One-fifth of Canadians are members of the program after just a few weeks, but the chain’s same-store sales fell in the first quarter.

Almost two-thirds believe the pace of change is outstripping their ability to stay abreast, according to a new study.

Restaurants are raising prices for delivery as providers ease requirements, and they say they've had little pushback from customers.

The chain will test new technology to streamline a.m. service, part of a larger push to provide more convenience and higher-quality items.

The industry is projected to reach $863 billion in sales and employ 15.3 million, according to the National Restaurant Association's annual report.

Restaurants are looking at delivery’s playbook to update the process. But not all the same rules apply.

This week’s episode of "A Deeper Dive" explores why companies such as McDonald’s and Yum Brands are getting into technology.