Technology

In New York, restaurants are divided over fate of delivery fees

A City Council proposal would lift the city's fee cap, allowing companies like Grubhub and DoorDash to charge restaurants more for marketing. Some say it will help them compete with big chains, while others call it a "pay to play" scheme.

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Steak and Ale comes back from the dead, 16 years later

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Fast food has lost its reputation as a cheap meal

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