Insider Q&A: Aman Narang, CEO of the payments company Toast

BALTIMORE (AP) — The coronavirus outbreak has crushed many restaurants and forced those that have survived to become more creative. It’s not just about deliveries and al fresco dining. Or about the use of services like Grubhub and DoorDash, whose stock jumped in its first day of trading in one of the red-hot initial public offerings of 2020. More restaurants are allowing their customers to order and pay by phone and are tracking their costs more closely. The Associated Press spoke recently with Aman Narang, an MIT-educated computer scientist who is president and co-founder of the restaurant payments company Toast, based in Boston.