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Online food-ordering company Seamless has brought its ordering and menus to the iPad today — a move that hungry couch potatoes will likely applaud.
Seamless currently competes with smaller-but-still-potent startup GrubHub for online delivery and pickup order supremacy. Seamless’ last …
Silicon Valley’s greatest asset is the brilliant minds that roam the buildings and inhabit the coffee shops. Since moving back to Silicon Valley in June, I’ve met a lot of amazing people. On average, they are the smartest people I …
Online food-ordering company Seamless announced today it has acquired MenuPages, another restaurant-centric site known for its extensive database of up-to-date menus and user-generated reviews.
“There is not a more hyper-local market than the restaurant space,” Seamless CEO Jonathan Zabusky told …