Restaurant customers love Open Table’s online reservation service. So do restaurant operators—until it’s time to cut the monthly check to pay for it. Will new players that offer the same service for less—or maybe for free—shake up the reservations market, and cut operators’ cost to the bone? Pioneering online reservation service Open Table has been a success of epic proportions. Starting from nothing, the now-publicly traded company has a market ...

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