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" Discontinues 'Reservations Marketplace'

From the Chicago Tribune's Phil Vettel: You don't have to pay for a restaurant reservation when tables are going a-begging, and that unhappy circumstance finally spelled the end for The online reservation-selling service announced today it would discontinue operations on April 1. The New York-based company provided a site where people holding reservations to popular restaurants could sell them ˜ for $15 to $30, generally - to those eager to dine. It briefly created a Chicago site - it has been dormant for months - but the Big Apple was its main focus. But as the company acknolwedged in an e-mailed statement, "with tables remaining empty at restaurants that once had 30-plus day waiting lists, the niche filled by ancillary services like TableXchange is no longer necessary. 
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