-The Wall Street Journal
The biggest food-delivery companies in the U.S. are seeking to shore up their finances through mergers or public listings, according to executives in an industry that has generated rapid growth but spotty profits.
– The New York Times
Austan Goolsbee pens a piece for The New York Times, making the case that the retail apocalypse is the result of a number of factors besides the growth of e-commerce.
The tightening labor market is opening up new opportunities for an overlooked cohort of American workers: those over age 50.
Much of the debate around data privacy has centered on the tech giants that are collecting consumer data, but retailers are formidable data guzzlers, too.