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GrubHub not a warning sign on food delivery

GrubHub’s terrible earnings and more than 40% stock plunge last week is not indicative of the potential of the broader food delivery business, Postmates co-founder and CEO Bastian Lehmann told CNBC on Thursday. When asked if the catastrophe at rival GrubHub was just a GrubHub problem, Lehmann said, “100%,” adding it’s “the idea that bad …

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Asda extends deadline for workers to sign new contracts | Business

Asda has given a week’s extension to thousands of its workers who faced losing their job on Saturday night if they refuse to sign up to a new contract that hits pay and benefits. The deal, which will apply to more than 120,000 hourly-paid staff, increases basic hourly pay but ends paid breaks, cuts premium …

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All Good Things and beauty retailer Space NK sign up for Cribbs Causeway

M&G Real Estate and intu, the joint owners of Cribbs Causeway, have announced the leasing of a combined 6,000 sq ft of space to brand-new fashion concept, All Good Things and beauty retailer, Space NK. Founded in Covent Garden over 25 years ago, Space NK now has 71 stores in its portfolio across the UK …

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US retail sales fall in a sign that consumer economy could be cracking

U.S. retail sales fell for the first time in seven months in September, raising fears that a slowdown in the American manufacturing sector could be starting to bleed into the consumer side of the economy. The Commerce Department said Wednesday that retail sales dropped 0.3% last month as households slashed spending on building materials, online …

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Two more brands sign up for the Glass Works, Barnsley

Queensberry, in partnership with Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council, has announced that Sports Direct and Coffee Boy will take space in the £180 million transformative town centre scheme that combines retail, leisure and cultural uses in the heart of Barnsley. The Sportswear giant will take 19,600 sq ft set over two floors and will include its …

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