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Tech

San Francisco’s Robot Delivery Army Is Going to Start Needing Permits

6 years ago

We are clearly on #teamhuman, but more importantly we're all for local lawmakers not sitting idly by for many years before taking a move to understand how tech is affecting their neighborhoods.

Chains

GM’s in-Car Food Ordering Tech Will Make Driving Dangerous Warns Safety Group

6 years ago

There's a reason handheld phones are illegal to use while driving in so many places. This in-car touchscreen technology can't possibly stick around.

Chains

GM Wants Drivers to Order Coffee and Pancakes From Their Dashboards

6 years ago

We're in the early days of preordering at restaurants and neither consumers nor businesses have figured out the right customs and practices so that guests don't feel like there are two rival classes. We need some hospitality pros to help us figure this out.

Chains

Taco Bell Wants You to Know It Has Really Cheap Food Too

6 years ago

We know the value push has a lot to do with the state of the U.S. economy and the vast mass of people who don't make what they deserve. But at the end of the day, a race to the bottom of the $1 barrel is never a great one for any brand to be engaged in.

Sponsored

What It’s Like to Run a Kitchen in the Middle of Nowhere

6 years ago

McMurdo Station is a U.S. research center in Antarctica that houses the largest community on the continent—the population swells to over 1,000 in the summer—and a lot of logistics go into feeding employees literally in the middle of nowhere.

Marketing

Dunkin’ CEO Says It May Drop Donuts From Name But Not From Menu

6 years ago

Changing names to appeal to a specific audience at a specific time is always a mistake. How about instead they drop their terrible coffee from their menu?

Independents

These Are the World’s 50 Best Restaurants of 2017

7 years ago

We'd love to see a list that shakes things up a bit more next time around.