Retail 2020-02-10T14:25:20Z
US Cardholders' Views On POS Installments

Afterpay is trying to prevent merchants from adding surcharges to orders using its services

Afterpay is arguing against being regulated as a payment company to stop the RBA from allowing merchants to add a surcharge to consumer orders.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-10T14:19:00Z
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These 14 startups let you borrow everything from sailboats to Cartier jewelry — and show how VCs are betting big on the Rent the Runway mentality

Be it for cost or convenience, consumers are getting used to the idea of sharing through both peer-to-peer platforms and direct-to-consumer sites.
Retail 2020-02-10T14:03:00Z
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Take a look at what technologies retailers are introducing to revamp the in-store experience

Brick-and-mortar retailers are introducing new technologies to revamp the in-store experience. Get a preview in our FREE Future of Retail slide deck.
BI Prime Advertising 2020-02-10T13:58:00Z

Amazon is ramping up its pitch for audio ads after long promising Alexa would be ad-free

Audio ads through Amazon Music are part of Amazon's effort to show that its platform works for advertisers trying to build awareness.
BI Prime Advertising 2020-02-10T05:01:00Z

$4 billion snack maker Kind says it will spend 'tens of millions of dollars more' to market its new frozen and refrigerated products, and hit $1.6 billion in sales in 2020

The move comes on the heels of Kind acquiring Creative Snacks and confectionary giant Mars buying a minority stake in the company in 2019.
Retail 2020-02-09T16:40:15Z

A KFC food worker in China was infected with the coronavirus, despite efforts to curb spreading with contactless delivery and thousands of store closures

Yum China, the parent company of KFC in China, has already closed multiple stores to curb further spreading of the deadly disease.
Retail 2020-02-09T15:43:00Z

I ate nearly identical meals at In-N-Out and Fatburger and found the lesser-known chain had an even better burger

I ate at both In-N-Out and Fatburger, and even though I also loved In-N-Out's burger, I found that Fatburger's was still better in every way.
Retail 2020-02-09T15:35:32Z

Nike's new CEO reveals how the company decides when to take a stand on social issues — and when to stay quiet

Nike's new CEO John Donahoe explained the process behind brand-led campaigns like Nike's?infamous Colin Kaepernick ad.
Strategy 2020-02-09T14:47:00Z

We did the math to calculate how many hours it takes America's top CEOs to make what their workers earn in one year

Several CEOs, including Disney's Bob Iger and Starbucks' Kevin Johnson, took less than a day to make a typical employee's annual salary.
Finance 2020-02-09T14:27:08Z

The spiritual mastermind behind WeWork, the execs Jeff Bezos counts on, and the last town before Mars

Adam and Rebekah Neumann. Jeff Bezos. Elon Musk. They dominated business headlines through 2019, and this week, I wanted to highlight a bunch of great stories on that very group.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-09T12:00:00Z

Here's why Casper's disappointing IPO could spell disaster for other unicorns

Casper raised less money than it expected and had to accepting a market capitalization less than half its prior valuation of $1.1 billion.
Retail 2020-02-08T15:12:00Z

The rise and fall of Macy's, a beloved American retailer that's now closing 125 stores

We took a closer look at Macy's rise to department store powerhouse and the factors that led to its recent decline.
BI Prime Retail 2020-02-08T15:00:00Z

A top ClassPass and Peloton investor says virtual training is the next frontier in the exploding $106 billion fitness industry

"A lot of people say: 'Hey, I want to lose 10 pounds,' but tomorrow's goal is going to be more like: 'I want to bring my cholesterol to between X and Y.'"
Retail 2020-02-08T14:42:00Z

These 5 companies and product categories could see a hit from the coronavirus outbreak

Consumption of Apple products, luxury fashion, and alcohol are all slated to take a hit due to the spread of the virus.
Retail 2020-02-08T13:22:00Z

Hospitals are stockpiling supplies amid fears a coronavirus-related mask shortage could endanger healthcare providers

Medical experts say most US citizens are more at risk from seasonal influenza than the coronavirus, but that hasn't helped quell fears.

THE SOCIAL COMMERCE REPORT: Inside the fast-developing opportunity to reach billions of consumers' wallets using social platforms

Business Insider Intelligence estimates the current size of the social commerce market, forecasts future growth, and examines why it's been stagnant.
Tech 2020-02-07T22:54:00Z

Wuhan coronavirus leads Ericsson, LG, Google, Apple, and others to suspend employee travel as WHO declares global health emergency

As the World Health Organization declares the coronavirus a global health emergency, more tech companies are discouraging travel to China.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-07T22:21:00Z

The Style Series: How Nicole Kidman's stylist Julia von Boehm went from being a legendary French Vogue editor's assistant to heading her own fashion empire

Boehm got her start as an assistant at French Vogue before rising through the ranks to become an editor and ultimately venturing out on her own.
Insider Picks 2020-02-07T21:44:00Z

Casper's Presidents' Day sale is going on now — save 10% on any mattress order through February 13

Casper is running a Presidents' Day now through February 13. Take 10% off any mattress with the promo code "PRES10".
Insider Picks 2020-02-07T20:39:00Z

UrbanStems' fresh bouquets are great Valentine's Day gifts — they come with free one-day delivery and they're also 15% off right now

UrbanStems makes ordering and delivering beautiful flower bouquets a breeze. Here's why we think it's the perfect Valentine's Day gift.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-07T20:19:36Z

Amazon quietly hired the NBCUniversal executive known as ex-CEO Jeff Zucker's 'right-hand man' to lead PR for its original-video and streaming services

Amazon tapped Cory Shields, a longtime NBCUniversal executive, to lead PR for its video-streaming and original-content business.
Retail 2020-02-07T19:41:32Z

Panicked shoppers in Hong Kong snapped up supplies like masks and toilet paper amid coronavirus fears and rumors about shipment cut-offs

Fearing the coronavirus outbreak and possible supply holdups, Hong Kong residents camped out overnight for masks and emptied supermarkets.
Finance 2020-02-07T19:15:00Z

CULTIVATED: Aurora's CEO steps down, 15 buzziest cannabis startups, Caliva moves on from Eaze, and more

In this week's edition of Cultivated, we break down executive changes at Aurora, discuss the 15 buzziest cannabis startups in 2020, and more.
Insider Picks 2020-02-07T19:15:00Z

We compared Casper's foam mattress to its hybrid mattress to determine which bed you should buy

If you're deciding between Casper mattresses, here's a comparison between the original all-foam mattress and the Hybrid, which has springs and foam.
Retail 2020-02-07T18:47:00Z

Bizarre and beloved McDonald's menu items you may never see again

McDonald's menu has seen some pretty big changes since the chain was founded in 1955. Here are some McDonald's items that no longer exist.
Retail 2020-02-07T16:40:30Z

Dunkin' is spending $60 million to improve the taste of its coffee in an effort to keep up with competitors

Dunkin's improvements include new brewing equipment and recent efforts to become more trendy with new espressos and meatless sandwiches.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-07T16:27:00Z

A family feud over a $400 million trust fund, a massive fortune that left one heiress with an inferiority complex, and a sprawling media empire. Meet the Disney family.

Most of the Disney family grew up living a normal life — here's what we know about them and the Disney fortune.
Retail 2020-02-07T15:19:14Z

I've been in Korea for 10 days and have already been to KFC 3 times. Here's what makes it so special here compared to the US.

In South Korea, you can order beer, the infamous Double Down, and chicken gizzards at KFC.?So, I kept going back for more.
Retail 2020-02-07T15:14:00Z

I tried McDonald's fried chicken and mozzarella stick sandwich that is only available in Korea, and it crushed my fried cheese dreams

When I heard that McDonald's had added a chicken sandwich topped with mozzarella sticks to the menu in South Korea, I was immediately intrigued.
Retail 2020-02-07T15:07:00Z

Major fast-food chains and retailers in China are shutting their doors as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread. Here's a list of closures.

An increasing number of companies in China are closing their doors in Wuhan and nearby cities due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Retail 2020-02-07T15:02:39Z

The Drive-Thru: Macy's layoffs and store closures, South Korean Costco, and coronavirus hits delivery

Macy's closes stores, and the coronavirus hits more retailers in China. Read what happened this week in retail in The Drive-Thru.
Strategy 2020-02-07T13:45:00Z

PRESENTING: The entrepreneur's ultimate guide to partnering with Amazon so you can make a boatload of money with fewer risks

Amazon invested over $15 billion last year in its third-party seller partnerships. Our guide walks you through how to start selling the platform.
Retail 2020-02-07T13:32:29Z

Abercrombie shakes off its image of racy, body-shaming ads of the past with a new body positive campaign

Abercrombie is distancing itself from the brand known for shirtless male models flaunting toned abs in front of the stores.
Retail 2020-02-07T07:24:24Z

Burberry's CEO says the coronavirus outbreak is having a 'material negative effect' on China demand

The British luxury brand closed nearly half of its stores in mainland China in response to the outbreak.
Tech 2020-02-06T22:05:00Z

Jeff Bezos uses Instagram to take an apparent swipe at a senior Trump official who accused him of ducking an important meeting

Jeff Bezos appears to be fed up following a Washington Post report, and in a rare move, he's taken to social media to vent.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-06T21:14:00Z

Jeff Bezos just sold $1.8 billion in Amazon stock. Here's how the CEO makes and spends his billions.

Jeff Bezos is the richest person alive — and the first in modern history to accumulate a fortune over $100 billion.
BI Prime Retail 2020-02-06T20:06:00Z

CEO of makeup startup Birchbox, which was once valued at over half a billion, says why the company needs to lay off a quarter of its employees by May

"To reduce redundancies across the US, UK and Spain, we made the difficult decision to downsize our team by about 25% globally," Birchbox's CEO said.
Retail 2020-02-06T19:04:00Z

How the Waltons — America's wealthiest family and heirs to the Walmart empire — live their lives

The Walmart heirs own lavish homes and work with the Walton Family Foundation to give back to their community.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-06T19:03:21Z

An Amazon exec who was a Kentucky warehouse manager is now one of Jeff Bezos' most powerful generals, overseeing marketing, logistics, Prime and drones. Meet 'the sniper' and his 15-member team.

Clark's expanded role is a big show of support by Bezos and Amazon's leadership team, reflecting his rising stock within the upper ranks.
Retail 2020-02-06T18:57:46Z

Beyond Meat CEO reveals why making plant-based 'chicken' was harder than making ground 'beef'

Beyond Meat's CEO said that developing plant-based "chicken" was much harder than creating "beef." The trick is getting the muscle structure right.
Retail 2020-02-06T18:42:00Z

50 stores you once loved that don't exist anymore

Dress Barn, Babies R Us, Limited Too, and Borders are just a few massive chains you may never set foot in again.
Tech 2020-02-06T18:02:48Z

Apple's plan to dramatically ramp up AirPods production is falling apart due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to Nikkei

Facing AirPods shortages, Apple dramatically ramped up production in China — just as the Wuhan coronavirus threw a wrench into Chinese manufacturing.
Retail 2020-02-06T16:48:47Z

An Amazon Prime Air partner is laying off nearly 3,000 workers as Amazon brings more jobs in-house

Texas-based?Pinnacle Logistics plans to lay off thousands of workers in Rockford, Illinois and Baltimore, Maryland.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-06T16:46:00Z

The entrepreneur's ultimate guide to partnering with Amazon so you can make a boatload of money with fewer risks

Small businesses sell half the stuff on Amazon, and the company invested over $15 billion last year to grow its third-party seller partnerships.
Retail 2020-02-06T16:43:27Z

Chipotle's management practices lead to food safety risks, according to 47 current and past employees

In a report by national unions, 47 Chipotle past and current workers said that pay incentives and ineffective auditing lead to food safety risks.
Retail 2020-02-06T15:45:41Z

I was traveling in South Korea as the coronavirus struck, and I was amazed at how the country sprang into action

I was struck by the ubiquity of signs on how to prevent the spread of the virus in Seoul, as well as the dominance of surgical masks.
Retail 2020-02-06T15:06:54Z

Subway slashed hundreds of jobs at its corporate headquarters

"A reduction in workforce is never an easy decision," a Subway spokesperson told Business Insider. The chain cut 300 corporate jobs this week.
Retail 2020-02-06T14:51:00Z

I ate at Portillo's, Chicago's most famous hot dog chain, and I was won over by its cheap, classic food

On a trip to Chicago, I stopped by Portillo's to eat my very first Chicago-style hot dog, and I was impressed by how good and cheap it was.
Retail 2020-02-06T14:12:00Z

I went to Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, and Wegmans to see which store had the best frozen-food dinner for under $10 and decided that my heart and money would stay with Trader Joe's

Despite strong offerings from Whole Foods and Wegmans, Trader Joe's products had the best taste and offered the best value.
Retail 2020-02-06T13:01:00Z

The Future of Retail: Online Checkout

In The Future of Retail slide deck, Business Insider Intelligence outlines SRC-enabled checkout and explores how it could either take off or burn out.
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