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Joe Guszkowski

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Joe Guszkowski is a senior editor with Restaurant Business covering technology. When he’s not busy writing about QR codes and burger-flipping robots, he can probably be found reading, watching basketball or hanging out with his cat. He lives in Chicago.

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Technology

Judge dismisses Miami restaurateur’s lawsuit against Google

Left-Field Holdings argued Google’s online ordering system misled customers and violated its restaurants’ brand rights. It has an opportunity to refile its complaint.

Marketing

Why barbell pricing is the strategy du jour on restaurant menus

The two-pronged approach has been gaining steam amid an economy of haves and have-nots.

The fast-growing beverage chain is poised to go coast-to-coast with backing from the business group and former Utah Jazz owner.

The former Church’s Chicken executive will fill the role formerly held by Focus’ restaurant President Shelley Harris.

The new rate would take effect in 2025. It would be one of the first laws of its kind in the U.S., and represents the latest attack on the third-party delivery model.

With big labor threats looming, widespread adoption of things like voice bots could begin as early as next year, according to an analysis by Cowen.

The brand backed by a popular YouTube channel was created in partnership with MrBeast Burger parent Virtual Dining Concepts.

Former Olo COO Matthew Tucker will take the reins of the reservations platform, now owned by Squarespace.

Marketing Bites: Subscriptions, but make it fashion. Plus, a bunch of brands get into the holiday spirit, and Shake Shack launches a new ad campaign.

Popmenu, Olo and more landed on a new ranking from Deloitte, underscoring the shift to digital in modern restaurants.

The food giant will offer free advice on the off-premise business, drawing on lessons learned from its own delivery-only concept, Pep’s Place.

Butter is the latest tech company that aims to digitize the manual process of wholesale ordering. It raised $9 million in a round led by Google’s Gradient Ventures.

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