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Day: March 29, 2020

Mall owner Taubman is telling tenants they must pay rent

U.S. mall owner Taubman is telling its tenants that they must pay rent amid the coronavirus pandemic. In a memo dated March 25, which was obtained by CNBC, the real estate investment trust said it still has its own obligations to meet — such as paying lenders on mortgages and paying for utilities. “The rental income that …

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Ocado buys 100,000 Covid-19 test kits to ensure ‘safety for all’ | World news

Food delivery company Ocado has said its decision to order 100,000 Covid-19 testing kits for staff would help keep grocery supplies flowing and protect both staff and the public, but promised to hand them over to the NHS if required. The firm said it wanted all of its staff to be tested regularly to ensure …

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Jason & Scot Show Episode 195 – Coca-Cola VP of Shopper Marketing April Carlisle

A weekly podcast with the latest e-commerce news and events. Episode 195 is an interview with April Carlisle, VP of Shopper Marketing National Retail Sales, The Coca-Cola Company. Subscribe: ? April Carlisle, VP of Shopper Marketing National Retail Sales, The Coca-Cola Company. In this broad-ranging interview, we discuss Coca-Cola’s digital footprint and strategy, digital shopper …

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Philip Green urged not to use coronavirus as ‘excuse’ over pensions | Business

Sir Philip Green has been urged not to use coronavirus as an “excuse” to stop payments into the Topshop retirement scheme, according to a pensions expert who called on the billionaire’s Monaco-based wife, Tina, to plug any shortfall. Arcadia Group, the parent company of the Green family’s retail empire, is planning to halt cash injections …

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The firms that have turned Covid-19 crisis into a chance to serve | Money

I’ve spent the last 22 years delving into the murkier corners of big business for my Your Problems column. It can be dispiriting work. The daily laments from customers have persuaded me that if corporate Britain has a conscience, it’s been smothered by terms and conditions that stack the odds in favour of traders. When …

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itsu to reopen kitchens for founder and volunteers to provide thousands of hot, healthy meals to London hospitals – Retail Times

Having already donated £15,000 worth of food to NHS 20 hospitals including UCLH and St Thomas’, itsu has been working hard behind the scenes to reopen select kitchens exclusively for staff volunteers to create more free meals for hard working NHS staff. Most itsu staff are now stuck at home on furlough (a temporary leave …

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