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Restaurateur Danny Meyer gives Apple Watch a boost, adds paid parental leave

NEW YORK — New York restaurateur Danny Meyer, who started a no-tipping trend in favor of higher menu prices and wages, continues to shake up the U.S. restaurant industry with two key announcements. One is that his Union Square Hospitality Group restaurants will offer paid parental leave to restaurant employees, and the other involves the Apple Watch and a tech platform called Resy.
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