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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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Marketing

P.F. Chang’s launches $6.99 monthly subscription program

Platinum Rewards members will get special perks including more points per dollar spent and unlimited free delivery.

Financing

Younger consumers are warming up to Cracker Barrel

Millennials, lured by build-your-own breakfast and fried pickles, are visiting more often. But the chain’s important 65-and-over demographic remains slow to return.

Operators that use Toast or Clover can now create an account directly through their POS systems and with "just a few clicks."

The software will connect third-party delivery channels directly to Wendy’s POS system as the chain looks to grow its digital business.

After spearheading the technology at Brinker, he will become an advisor for San Francisco-based Zipline as it eyes restaurant delivery.

The candles are part of the steakhouse chain’s new online merch store, where superfans can buy shirts, hats and other items.

Tech Check: What began as an easy way to boost revenues has become a big, sophisticated business. Here are three questions that will define the future of delivery-only concepts.

Voice bots were a highlight at the annual tech event, which saw record turnout amid a challenging time for restaurants.

Inflation is pinching people earning less than $50,000, but higher-income customers have held strong, executives said Thursday.

The new Brinker International CEO wants to invest in tools that can help the business today, not in five years.

Chefs and managers, on the other hand, are less likely to be replaced by robots, according to a new survey.

The casual-dining chain will open 75 restaurants in South and Southeast Asia over the next 10 years under what it said was its largest development agreement ever.

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