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Zomato, Swiggy still there but no food to order

Ironic as it may sound but digital India saw its biggest challenge on Wednesday when smartphone-based leading food delivery platforms Zomato and Swiggy found themselves in no man’s land as restaurants, including cloud kitchens, went out of service and delivery boys were turned back by local authorities as the 21-day lockdown came into force. There …

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International Paper CEO says there is ‘plenty’ of diapers

The shelves of some stores may not have products like diapers, but they are weaving through the supply chain, International Paper CEO Mark Sutton told CNBC on Friday.  “There’s plenty of” diapers, Sutton said on “Squawk Box.” “It’s just got to get the velocity through the system, through the distribution centers and directly to the consumers.”  …

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International Paper CEO says there is ‘plenty’ of diapers

The shelves of some stores may not have toilet paper and diapers, but the products are weaving through the supply chain, International Paper CEO Mark Sutton told CNBC on Friday.  “Diapers and toilet paper, there’s plenty of it,” Sutton said on “Squawk Box.” “It’s just got to get the velocity through the system, through the distribution centers …

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Why there will be no coronavirus bonanza for investors | Business

Sainsbury’s shares rose 11%; Morrisons’ were 10% better. Even in the midst of crisis, investors think they know how to price up a business rates giveaway from the chancellor. Morrisons on Wednesday announced underlying pre-tax profits of £408m for the past financial year. Add the £290m of store-related business rates that the company won’t be …

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Jim Cramer says there’s no reason to own Under Armour stock

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Tuesday expressed dismay at Under Armour‘s disappointing quarter, suggesting there’s little reason to invest in the athletic apparel-maker. “Maybe Nike is just too powerful,” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.” “This is one of the rare times where I’ve seen, [Under Armour] may have the better product but it doesn’t …

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There Is A Difference Between Bias And Actual Observation – Do We Want PC Artificial Intelligence?

What some politically correct people call bias is really just Artificial Intelligent (AI) observation of the actual environment. So, what’s wrong with that – AI used probability when making decisions – ever heard of it? Everyone should. If a human fails to take into consideration what it experiences in its environment to make its decisions, …

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Survey: There will be many returns, how do you make them happy?

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe Your returns policy can have a big impact on whether a holiday gift is even purchased. According to a new survey of more than 1,000 U.S. consumers from shipping software provider ShipStation, 86% of respondents say they have returned a holiday gift. And more than …

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There’s may be no inflation, but you could spend $250 on a dead tree

Tim Seymour shopping for a Christmas tree on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Source: Tim Seymour On a Saturday morning earlier this month, I went out with my daughter on the annual urban pilgrimage to buy a Christmas Tree in New York City. My son was too busy on his iPad to care (AAPL all-time highs). …

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There are 23% more gyms in retail centers than there were in 2010

Traditional tenants in retail centers once scoffed at having gyms in their midst for all the parking spaces they took up. No more. JLL’s research team examined 6,000-plus fitness center move-ins dating back to 2013 and learned that 111,055 fitness centers currently reside in retail centers, an increase of 23.5% since 2010. It predicted continued …

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Even if there is a Brexit deal, a UK interest rate cut seems likely | Nils Pratley | Business

Call it a full house of poor economic news. The services sector is contracting, according to the purchasing managers’ index, joining the manufacturing and construction industries in negative territory. In big picture terms, there are no bright spots. The official data, which measures actual economic activity as opposed to managers’ view of prospects, may yet …

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