– The New Yorker
As harvest-time labor has become much more scarce, and more expensive, farmers are turning to automation to fill the gap.
– Fast Company
This professor argues that we won’t get to equality without doing things like introduce aggressive legislation.
Checkers & Rally’s are specifically drive-in concepts; they are speedy and convenient by nature. But even their guests want delivery, which means a new standard for convenience has officially been set.
The Outlandish Story Of Ollie’s: A $5 Billion Retail Empire That Sells Nothing Online (But Is Beating Amazon)
Ollie’s is very possibly the only company in America whose brick-and-mortar stores are not just surviving but thriving. The company’s CEO Mark Butler focuses exclusively on traditional retailing, selling not a thing online.