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The Covid-19 pandemic has made the world rethink the way in which we conduct business. Working from home or remotely anywhere has become widely accepted and encouraged. Instead of traveling to meet clients, Zoom calls have become standard. This...
When the American Dream mall, a massive shopping and entertainment complex next to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., finally opened its doors to the public last October, its owner, the Triple Five Group, was eager to prove naysayers wrong. Skepticism...
A lot of entrepreneurs talk about “disrupting their industry.” They want their idea to smash into the landscape like an asteroid, sending up a smoke cloud the whole world will see. We’ve seen all sorts of mega disruptions in...
Have female world leaders been more effective in tackling the coronavirus pandemic than their male counterparts? From New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, to Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, it is a widely-held view. There have even...
The volume of takeaway food deliveries has soared this year as the pandemic has closed restaurants. But should you tip the delivery driver? We take a look at the correct etiquette on your doorstep. Jonathan Clarke says that about a...
For some grocery workers who stock shelves and check out customers, the past few weeks have felt like deja vu. Hand sanitizer and masks are in short supply. Some customers shop without wearing a mask. And pandemic-related policies, from extra...
Some retailers are betting that lip glosses, eye shadow palettes and facial scrubs will be the next big thing to drive customers, especially younger ones, to their stores. As the likes of Ulta Beauty and LVMH-owned Sephora continue to open new locations across...
The quick-service drive-thru has been around for nearly 75 years and yet hasn’t changed all that much. Nor has it had to. The channel has had such a significant impact on both consumer behaviors and businesses’ bottom lines that it’s...
The fashion chains Peacocks, Jaeger, Austin Reed and Jacques Vert have collapsed into administration, putting nearly 4,800 jobs at risk. The retailers are all part of entrepreneur Philip Day’s Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group (EWM), which warned last month it was on the brink of...
The chief executive officers of Twitter and Facebook took the stand on Tuesday to testify, again, about allegations of anti-conservative bias on their platforms. Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey were subpoenaed in October to appear at Tuesday’s hearing with the Senate judiciary committee...
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