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The front-page Business Times article about the ways in which restaurants are dealing with Yelp is finally available online, in full. Most methods (freebies, feigned attention, etc.) aren't particularly notable, but sometimes plans for dealing with the menaces backfire: "One restaurateur used to invite any negative reviewer to return for a complimentary meal until he learned that word was out among Yelpers that panning his place was a ticket to a free dinner." No, see, you're supposed to bribe them before they review your restaurant. [Biz Times]

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