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Joe Guszkowski

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Joe Guszkowski

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Reef to lay off 5% of workforce

The technology company is shrinking to focus more on profitability, with an emphasis on ghost kitchens and parking, its CEO wrote in a letter to employees.


Texas Roadhouse sales rise thanks to dine-in resurgence

On-premise visits have returned to 2019 levels, and executives believe there’s room for more.

Tech Check: Carryout is gaining share as delivery slows down and gets more expensive. That’s good news for restaurants.

The pension funds for New York state and New York City have joined calls for the companies to study the impact of higher wages. The moves are being backed by advocacy group One Fair Wage.

Dine Brands is investing in handheld server tablets and exploring robots to help ease a nagging staffing shortage.

The company has a new CEO in Kelli Valade and a new brand in Keke’s that it’s betting will help it accelerate growth for years to come.

Lunchbox Rails will route all digital orders into the POS system with the goal of eliminating “tablet hell.”

The former Red Lobster leader will take over for CEO John Miller and President Mark Wolfinger, who are both retiring. Denny's also announced plans to acquire Keke's Breakfast Cafe for $82.5 million.

Tech Roundup: DoorDash and Uber Eats report earnings amid signs that the service is slowing. Also, a Popeyes franchisee adds drive-thru automation, Cartwheel raises $3 million and more.

The company's latest multi-restaurant delivery hub is a new take on the format.

A new, more profitable prototype could help the chain add 75 to 100 stores in the U.S., executives said.

The delivery company says MasterChef Table will allow restaurants to easily add a delivery-only concept as their popularity grows.

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