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Nathan's Famous to add 100 units with Ghost Kitchen Brands, many in Walmarts

The off-premise-focused outlets will roughly double Nathan's virtual footprint in the U.S. and Canada.

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Leaders in New York and Philadelphia say they haven't hurt sales, despite a recent DoorDash report. Plus, Toast adds new contactless payment features and a drone company launches lunch delivery.

A rise in vehicle thefts plus growing demand for delivery has created a dangerous situation, and drivers say they have few places to turn for help.

C3 and Ghost Kitchen Brands want to get in front of customers in the physical world, in places like hotels, airports and Walmart.

The pandemic has accelerated many of the trends the automat was built for: convenience, speed and reduced human contact.

The round included existing investors Cross Creek, KKR and GGV Capital as well as newcomer 01 Advisors, a venture of former Twitter execs Dick Costilo and Adam Bain.

The company wants to disrupt restaurant payment with QR codes that allow guests to pay faster.

C3's Citizens Go app allows customers to order from multiple of the company's concepts, with fulfillment provided by its network of ghost kitchens.

The Mexican fast-food chain is opening a location that combines its “Go Mobile” concept with its urban Cantina design as it continues its push for more New York restaurants.

Restaurants will be able to display their Instagram accounts within the app as well as post updates in users' feeds.

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