Joe Guszkowski

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Tech roundup: Is it time to get used to delivery fee caps?

NYC and SF are pushing to make them permanent. Also, Landed adds new tools for hiring, Nextbite hires a culinary director and Donatos gets into ghost kitchens.


Botrista raises $10M for its drink-mixing robot

Sony and equipment giant Middleby pitched in to help the company take its DrinkBot national.

It would become the second city in the U.S. to permanently limit what delivery companies can charge restaurants after San Francisco advanced a similar bill.

Guests at the new hotel complex can use the delivery provider's technology to order from the resort's 40 restaurants and bars.

A look at 50 of the most notable deals this year shows how investors are increasingly eager to cash in on what is becoming an enormous market.

Yelp data found that interest in delivery remains at 189% of 2019 levels, even as people return to restaurants.

The social ordering platform that has become a hit with college kids raised $70 million to expand its business off-campus.

The city's Board of Supervisors voted to erase the expiration date for its 15% cap, becoming the first place in the U.S. to do so.

The machine developed in partnership with Lancer Worldwide will be able to pour and seal drinks and pass them off to staff.

El Pollo Loco and Walmart are investing in the service, but it could have a long way to go. Plus, C3 hooks into Chowly's big restaurant network and Seattle puts limits on delivery companies.

Restaurants will be able to label a diner as a potential no-show. It's part of a broader campaign by OpenTable to raise awareness about the harms of missing a reservation.

Why the online ordering company fresh off a $65 million funding round views the menu as the key to customer engagement.

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