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US restaurant operators would probably not replace workers with robots if they had to pay the US$15 (RM61) hourly wage demanded by protesters, McDonald's Corp CEO Steve Easterbrook told shareholders at the company's annual meeting.
Clamshell grills are making burger flipping obsolete at McDonald’s, Johnny Rockets and other burger chains.
McDonald's Corp this month will begin testing its long-awaited US mobile ordering app with the goal of avoiding the kinds of service hiccups that have haunted digital debuts by companies such as Starbucks Corp.
As restaurant operators struggle to entice more people to eat out, they are increasingly turning to food delivery as a way to overcome stagnating traffic.
Silicon Valley has built innumerable ways to get prepared food delivered to your door. DoorDash, Grubhub, UberEats, Caviar, Amazon Restaurants, Postmates and others have scores of paid couriers who whisk hot meals from restaurants to customers for a fee.
Deliveroo, Foodpanda enjoy brisk orders in Hong Kong as coronavirus scare entrenches eat-at-home habit
Food delivery firms are enjoying strong demand as coronavirus outbreak, social unrest entrench eat-at-home habit. Deliveroo and Foodpanda are taking advantage by expanding in Hong Kong by opening more kitchens to reach a wider base of customers.
China’s consumers are shopping online again. But their purchases are signaling that they plan to stay indoors for the foreseeable future, dashing hopes for a spending recovery as the nation contemplates its post-virus world.
SoftBank's robotics arm said on Sept 28 that it will bring a food service robot developed by California-based Bear Robotics to Japan as restaurants grapple with labour shortages and seek to ensure social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic.SoftBank's robotics arm said on Sept 28 that it will bring a food service robot developed by California-based Bear Robotics to Japan as restaurants grapple with labour shortages and seek to ensure social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A bank in Japan will start selling information on consumers’ spending habits and other aggregated data in a bid to expand beyond the traditional lending business.