Joe Guszkowski

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Workforce

Pay hike for couriers shakes up food delivery in NYC

Customers are paying more, and couriers are working less. What it all means for restaurants is still unclear, but some fear it could get ugly.

Technology

The restaurant of the future will be a platform, not a chain

Tech Check: Multibrand companies like Inspire and the new GoTo Foods are circling the wagons around technology. Here's why that's a smart idea.

The chain delivered another quarter of steady growth and few surprises. "Operators were in full control," said CFO Matthew Clark.

The startup uses robots and tunnels to move food from kitchen to car. It believes it can one day connect entire cities.

The struggling seafood chain lost more than $22 million last year, said Thai Union Group, which is looking to offload the brand.

The year got off to a bumpy start for the chain, which blamed most of its troubles on weather.

CEO Aman Narang said the company grew too quickly as it raced to meet demand. The cuts are intended to lower its operating costs.

The owner of Dunkin’, Arby’s and other brands said Vromo’s technology would help it make delivery more profitable.

Pleasant Lake Partners said the chain is underperforming but would make an attractive acquisition target.

Customers will be able to order cookies with their eyes thanks to Apple’s cutting-edge “spatial computing” technology.

Creators’ Kitchen as Seen on TikTok will offer dishes that go viral on the app, like baked feta pasta. It is Virtual Dining Concepts’ second attempt at a TikTok-themed brand.

Perry Miele, former CEO of Nestlé Professional, will help steer WonderWorks as it looks to quadruple its footprint this year.

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