The coronavirus pandemic has upended many consumers’ typical breakfast routines, causing many fast-food chains to lose out on early morning sales as their usual customers choose to eat cereal at home instead. But some consumers are forming new routines and ordering their breakfasts online, through the likes of DoorDash and Uber Eats. Between the weeks
MaxWholesale, a B2B e-commerce platform has announced a plan detailing the initiatives taken to protect its employees and help them cope with the pandemic. As an essential services company, the brand had been allowed to continue its operations even during the lockdowns. To appreciate employees’ effort for working even during these tough times, the company
As the US army rolls into a newly liberated Paris, a woman sits serenely under the only working hairdryer in the city. The war photographer Lee Miller’s iconic shot of a salon reopening amid the rubble in the summer of 1944 could easily have become an image of heartless vanity when Vogue published it. Who
Albertsons CEO Vivek Sankaran said Friday that he’s pleased about the company’s initial public offering, even as its shares fell a few dollars short of expectations. The grocery store operator began trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “ACI.” It debuted at a lower-than-expected $16 per share, below its $18-$20 target range.
Tesco sales soared during lockdown as shoppers switched to buying online, in local stores as well as returning to big weekly shops at the supermarkets. The UK’s biggest supermarket chain said sales at established stores rose 8.7% in the three months to 30 May, with sales of food increasing by 12%. However, clothing sales dived