Smith, Ann
August 1998
Progressive Grocer;Aug98, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on technological developments relevant to the food service industry in the United States. Burger Kings' six-month test on smart cards; Symbol Technologies' introduction of a scanner pen; Accounting firms' fear of the risk of litigation caused by the Year 2000 computer problem.


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