IRVINE, Calif. Terminals that let consumers settle their food tabs quickly by simply waving a "contactless" payment card near a special reader device will be in test at 100 Taco Bell restaurants by the fourth quarter, the 5,800-unit chain said. The move makes Taco Bell one of a growing number of quick-service brands to test or roll out such technology during the past two years. Officials of Taco Bell, based here, said the test may lead to a rollout to about 1,300 ...
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