DALLAS Facebook and Twitter, are changing the rules of business, said participants in a discussion on communication strategies during the 50th annual Multi-Unit Foodservice Operators conference. —Social-media outlets, such as Such sites not only allow restaurants to engage employees and customers in their marketing efforts, but they also force operators to be more transparent and accept the fact that they cannot control the conversation, ...
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