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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Mass. court strikes down attempt to define delivery drivers as contractors

The ruling is a blow to DoorDash and Uber Eats, which were pushing a measure that would have classified their drivers as contractors rather than employees.


The POS is dead: Why restaurants need to streamline omni-channel ordering

The past several years brought unprecedented changes for restaurant operations—and those changes included a lot more than dining room closures and reopenings. As operators worked hard throughout the p...

The company founded by Marc Lore aims to offer a higher-quality delivery experience, with food trucks that finish meals at the customer's home.

A new partnership with Cartken will roll out in force at Ohio State this fall with more campuses to come.

The new tools are intended to ease "decision fatigue" for customers.

Despite considerable hurdles, the fintech startup believes Americans will be getting most of their meals from ghost kitchens by 2027.

Hundreds of operations are now using automatons to perform tasks typically handled by humans. Here’s a look at what the bots are doing and how it’s making a difference.

Tech Check: Guests want good service, not more technology. Restaurants need to get better at walking that line.

The deal extends Lunchbox's reach into larger chains and furthers its goal of consolidating restaurant tech.

Customers can have food from more than a dozen restaurants shipped anywhere in the continental U.S.

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