Ford Motor Co. executives say the upcoming battery-electric F-150 will be cheaper to operate and more powerful than the current gasoline-powered pickup, addressing two common concerns around electric vehicle ownership two years ahead of its debut. While the company wouldn't provide specific figures, Kumar Galhotra, Ford's president of the Americas and International Markets Group, said the lifetime cost of operations, which excludes the purchase price, of the electric F-150 will be roughly half that of the current-generation vehicle. The lower estimate is based off zero gas and oil usage, low electric charging rates, lower maintenance costs and in-creased vehicle uptime, Ford said… Shake Shack now offers curbside pickup at 68 of its 193 restaurants, after a test of the practice at 10 locations in July. The chain also plans to transform as many as 10 units into "Shack Track" formats, with drive-thru and walk-up windows that make it easier for customers to pick up mobile orders...