Food delivery apps such as Uber Eats and DoorDash are quickly changing the American food industry. Consumers last year doled out more than $10 billion for meal delivery services, a 42 percent increase from the previous year.
That phenomenon has shifted attention from eat-in restaurants to virtual outfits with little or no in-house dining.
Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: how delivery apps are changing restaurant options, cybersecurity for city governments and more.
- Mike Isaac, technology reporter, New York Times
- Steven Romig, Director-Security Advisor, OCIO Security Operations
- Russell Holly, contributing editor, Android Central