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July 12, 2021
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Shareholder Andrew W. Lapin interviewed for the Business Insider, a digital news source for business leaders, in connection with the articles “Restaurants pushing digital orders in the labor shortage could mean diners asking for more food because they don’t feel judged by servers” and “A restaurant owner says raising wages to $15 would solve her labor shortage — but she’d have to hike menu prices. Instead, she’s turning to automated drive-thrus.” The articles were published July 5th. Click below to read the full articles.

https://www.businessinsider.in/retail/news/restaurants-pushing-digital-orders-in-the-labor-shortage-could-mean-diners-asking-for-more-food-because-they-dont-feel-judged-by-servers-an-expert-says/articleshow/84139474.cms

https://www.businessinsider.com/labor-shortage-restaurant-staff-workers-wages-minimum-automation-menu-prices-2021-7