CHICAGO A technology-laced venture involving Morton's Restaurant Group Inc. and an advertising ally is betting that targeted, high-definition TV messages, combined with upscale food and service, will spur interest in video conferencing and boost private party sales. The business-to-business, virtual-meeting service is being pitched to corporate honchos by Chicago-based Morton's — parent of the 74-unit Morton's, The Steakhouse chain — and its partner in the enterprise, Velocity ...
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