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The Art of Delivering in the Skyways of Minneapolis

The Art of Delivering in the Skyways of Minneapolis

On any given day thousands of office workers spill out into the skyways in search of nourishment from one of the approximately 140 different dining options. So when iconic Hell’s Kitchen decided to part company with its third-party delivery provider, they continued with their plan to build custom carts to deliver catering orders via the skyways.

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Grubhub Acquires Loyalty, Mobile-Ordering Company LevelUp

During a very rosy earnings call, Grubhub announced it would acquire LevelUp for $390 million. The loyalty, marketing and mobile payment company provides Grubhub with a lot of loyalty, CRM and marketing benefits. But at the core of the acquisition was LevelUp’s point...

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ClusterTruck Rethinks Foundational Issues

An Indianapolis food-delivery startup called ClusterTruck is tweaking the food-delivery model and taking aim at some of the foundational issues within the space. Essentially, ClusterTruck is a collection of different menus or “virtual food trucks” that are all cooked...

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Delivery Not an Automatic ‘Yes’ for Casual-Dining Brands

As casual-dining chains saw traffic decline over the past decade, many began turning to delivery as a way to draw customers and boost off-premise sales. It’s a strategy that’s showing results and some companies are doubling down on what’s becoming not merely an industry trend but a fundamental shift in how restaurants operate.

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Delivery Not an Automatic ‘Yes’ for Casual-Dining Brands

As casual-dining chains saw traffic decline over the past decade, many began turning to delivery as a way to draw customers and boost off-premise sales. It’s a strategy that’s showing results and some companies are doubling down on what’s becoming not merely an industry trend but a fundamental shift in how restaurants operate.

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