You’d have to be a whiz at financial analysis with a lot of free time on your hands to figure out if restaurants can make extra money by courting customers who have food allergies. Turns out there is such a guy—Paul Antico—and his research found that restaurants should enjoy a nine percent revenue boost if they become food allergy friendly. Antico has already demonstrated that his analytical skills can make people rich. He had a 17-year career at mutual fund giant Fidelity Investments, ...
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