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NEW YORK— Amazon wants to deliver more burritos and hamburgers to your doorstep. The e-commerce giant said Friday that it is partnering with online ordering platform Olo, in a deal that could boost the number of restaurant chains on its Amazon Restaurants delivery service. Under the deal, restaurants that use Olo can list their menus on Amazon Restaurants.
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Olo CEO Noah Glass discusses his company's partnership with Amazon to streamline online food ordering.
Amazon has partnered with Olo, a New York-based food delivery service, to bring Olo's clients to Amazon Restaurants.
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To protect its domestic companies, Canada currently imposes duties on any goods worth more than $16 in U.S. currency. Karl Littler, a spokesman for the Retail Council of Canada, said that raising the duty-free limit would be "an incentive to shop virtually anywhere but from Canada. He doesn't think anyone would be crazy enough to pay more for a Zegna suit in his...
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