UK Deliveroo orders soar by 59% despite restaurants reopening

Tie-up with Amazon more than doubles members of food courier firm’s premium subscription service Last modified on Wed 20 Oct 2021 04.42 EDT Deliveroo enjoyed a 59% increase in orders in the UK and Ireland between July and September despite the return of dine-in restaurant eating, as a partnership with Amazon more than doubled members of its premium subscription service. […]

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Martha Stewart does NFTs—jack-o’-lantern art and a seductive selfie

Best crypto coins yet to explode NBTV.media founder Naomi Brockwell discusses opportunity in cryptocurrencies on ‘Making Money with Charles Payne’ Martha Stewart wants to be your crypto queen. The 80-year-old lifestyle guru plans to unveil a collection of NFTs on her e-commerce site Tuesday. Alongside her wares for dining, drinking, and decorating, Ms. Stewart will hawk her first line of […]

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European Shares Mixed Ahead Of US Inflation Data

European stocks traded mixed on Wednesday, with U.K. stocks declining as strong GDP data fueled rate hike bets. Sentiment was underpinned elsewhere across Europe after China released positive trade figures. Chinese export growth unexpectedly accelerated in September, providing some relief to those worried about a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy. As concerns mount over high global inflation, traders await […]

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5 reasons India’s metrics are at their best in 20 years

‘Indian macro conditions have never been better, and many businesses will safely compound earnings over the next five years.’ Tapering by the US Federal Reserve and inflation are the two biggest risks facing the equity markets, says Mukul Kochhar, head of equities, Investec India. In an interview with Samie Modak, Kochhar says monetary policy normalisation is a definite risk, but […]

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Toys stuck in supply chain chaos

New York (CNN)Every year shoppers expect to find plenty of juicy deals when they start their end-of-year holiday gift buying. This year, those deep discounts could be harder to come by, and a stalled global supply chain is to blame. Retailers across the board are struggling with their merchandise getting stuck on container ships transporting the goods because of congestion […]

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WaPo editorial board scolds progressives amid Dem spending battle: 'Stop demanding' a 'revolution' from Biden

Progressive and moderate Democrats remain split over infrastructure plan The most dramatic debate over President Biden’s agenda in Congress is within his own party, Jacqui Heinrich reports on ‘Special Report’. The Washington Post editorial board is lashing out at progressive lawmakers amid the Democratic infighting regarding the spending spree bills being stalled on Capitol Hill in a piece titled “Biden […]

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The Great Resignation: Why millions of workers are quitting

Americans are leaving their jobs in droves. In August 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs. While some people have left the workforce entirely, job security and better pay are top concerns for others. The quits rate, which is measured against total employment, rose to a series high of 2.9% in August, according to the Labor Department's Job Openings and Labor […]

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