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Technology companies have every reason to want their employees to stay at their desks during the lunch hour, and so will often provide meals for their engineers. This doesn’t mean that all tech offices are bounded by a wasteland of shuttered cafes and pushcarts in weedy lots, New York Times technology editor Damon Darlin writes. At least one company, Cater2.me in San Francisco, has built a business for itself delivering provender from local restaurants to shackled tech workers.
Last week, Target‘s website crashed under the weight of thousands of eager shoppers, all trying to snag the retailer’s exclusive line created by designer Missoni. This has left business analysts cautioning against assuming the web can nimbly adjust as consumers have taken to social media to complain.
Amazon sent shivers of excitement through newsrooms across the country Friday when it sent out an invitation to a September 28 press conference. All the invite said was, “Please join us for an Amazon.com press conference,” but those eight words spark intense speculation that Amazon will debut its tablet computer this Wednesday.