At a traffic light in Dubai, competing delivery motorcycles stop during the evening rush, outfitted with carriers for NKDPizza (Naked Pizza in the United Arab Emirates) and McDonald’s.
Changes in restaurant delivery are barreling down the road — and some dangerous curves might be ahead. Some observers say technology disruption will soon hijack restaurant delivery the way it has shaken up the traditional taxi business, where newcomer alternatives like Uber and Lyft have shaken the core of a centuries-old mode of travel and business. And restaurant chains are putting the pedal to metal when it comes to driving their delivery decisions. Miami-based Burger King has ...
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