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The Economics of Pop-Ups

Over on Grub Street, finance blogger Felix Salmon takes a look at the economics of pop-up restaurants. Calling them "defiantly transitory enterprises," Salmon writes, "Pop-ups are a bit like stock-market volatility: They're generating a lot of heat and noise at the moment, but are best ignored over the long term." [GS]

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