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Nolan Bushnell has a vision for the future of the restaurant industry.
Actually, he has a vision for the future of everything, but as a restaurateur himself that vision also includes some predictions for food service.
In its heyday, more than 3,500 fans would cram into the hot and sweaty stands of San Diego’s Coliseum Federal Athletic Club to witness some of boxing’s biggest bouts of the 1920s and 30s.
Data mining is the gold mining of today, but it's practically worthless to collect endless streams of data if you don't put it to use.
With the modern diner now demanding more than just a meal, a rising number of restaurant operators are clamoring to deliver experiential encounters that truly resonate with guests.
Ever since the widespread adoption of third-party food delivery apps, restaurant operators have been faced with a dilemma — sign up with a service and absorb the cost, or miss out on a slice of the pie altogether.
With customer expectations and technologies evolving faster than ever, 2018 is shaping up to be a significant turning point for the restaurant industry.
Understandably, this week’s launch of Amazon Go sent ripples of excitement and trepidation throughout the retail world.
While industry and consumers alike imagine a potential future free from lines and checkouts, one design team has been quietly...
The spectacular rise of Bitcoin over the past two years, alongside other emerging cryptocurrencies, has been impossible to miss.
Restaurants face more competition than they ever have before, both from within the industry and outside it.