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Inside Pizza Vinoteca

Ari Malcolm set out to modernize the traditional pizza joint. Here, “guests control their own experience [through tech],” he says.

With McDonald’s using Apple Pay, PayPal scoops up Burger King for fast mobile sales

The Number Two burger chain is reportedly working with the online transaction processor to add a cashless payment option to the Burger King app by next year.

The 100 or so chain executives attending Chicago researcher Technomic’s 2015 Consumer Insights and Planning Program this January learned how the perplexing consumer is evolving under such influences as a tepid economy and rapid-fire technical advances. Some revelations had pens scratching across notepads in a frenzy, including these.

The new capability will also allow consumers to send credits for Dunkin’ products to others as a gift.

The chain is leaning into the social media platform more than ever before.

For operators looking to stake a claim in grab-and-go, boxed sandwiches in a cooler might not cut it anymore.

New research reveals how consumers perceive restaurant technology, and how two operators are ahead of the pack in addressing them.

Technology and young people are changing the way the restaurant industry is talking about customers, concepts and more. Here's the latest lingo that savvy foodservice folks need to add to their vocabulary—stat.

Burger King riles a whole country, ICE savors the handiwork of the very people it’s apprehending, restaurants discover an unknown party is running their websites, and a dress code is slammed as racist.

Here’s how metrics are helping employees take hospitality to the next level.

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