This month marks the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s election to the presidency. We can now see that people who subscribed to The New York Times during the election have stuck around.
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What’s the secret to tripling sales? For Applebee’s, it’s giving away free food.
There’s no denying it’s been a rough year for Uber, and Lyft has been encroaching on its market share. But the company isn't as bad off as it seems.
The popular clothing-subscription company Stitch Fix filed for its much-anticipated IPO, and investors can’t wait to see what it will become. One thing it probably won’t be is another Blue Apron.
The popular clothing-subscription company Stitch Fix filed for its much-anticipated IPO last week, and investors can’t wait to see what it will become. One thing it probably won’t be, though, is another Blue Apron.
It took Chipotle nearly two years, but its sales had almost recovered from several food-poisoning outbreaks that plagued its stores—and its customers—in late 2015. After a lot of reparations in the form of free burritos, sales earlier this year were nearing pre-outbreak levels. But then in July, norovirus turned up in a Virginia Chipotle.