Third party delivery services generate significantly more sales through quick-service restaurants than full-service restaurants, though they constitute a larger portion of total sales at full-service restaurants.
While GameStop (NYSE: GME) has been in the news due to the recent Reddit-fueled buzz, trading activity, and stock volatility, transaction data reveals that its sales have decreased over the last two years—exacerbated by COVID-19 as well as the increase in gaming publishers’ and console manufacturers’ direct-to-consumer offerings.
When COVID-19 forced movie theatres to close, Disney doubled down on streaming by releasing new movies to Disney+. Our analysis explores how the launch of big-name titles like Mulan and Hamilton propelled new subscriber counts for Disney+.
The popularity of alcohol delivery services has skyrocketed with the introduction of pandemic-driven social distancing policies. Given the closure of bars across the country, consumers are turning towards more convenient alternatives to get their happy hour beverages.
As shelter-in-place orders left many Americans with extra time for home cooking, a closer look at meal kit companies operating in the U.S. reveals which companies benefited the most from the lockdown demand surge.
COVID-19 has catalyzed sales growth in the telehealth industry, as patients turn to online doctors as a safer and more convenient way to receive medical advice. The industry has witnessed skyrocketing year-over-year growth since March 16, the week most states issued shelter-in-place orders, and has since sustained strong growth.