Uber Outlook for 2021 – Weekly Outtakes Feb 7. Shares of Uber responded by more than 9% to CEO Dara Khosrowshahi’s forecast announcement of reaching a key profitability goal sooner than expected. The company also reported a better-than-expected loss per share for the quarter. Learn how to earn more with Uber.
Food Apps Driving the $10B US Industry
Food Apps Driving the $10B US Industry has reached the volume where restaurants are selling more for home delivery than eat-in. Cloud kitchens are on the rise.
Pantry and fridge delivery demands have Amazon and Walmart competing. Amazon has dropped its extra food delivery fee and Walmart has a lower fee competing with Amazon Prime. Amazon grocery deliveries doubled the last quarter and it looks like they are focused on rapid expansion.
Federal Safety Approval for Grocery Delivery Robot
Nuro has become the first delivery robot company to earn federal safety approval. Nuro is seen as an entry point for neighborhood grocery delivery with slow travel speeds and no requirement for any driver features.
Delivery Service Partners Cut From Amazon
When the Amazon Delivery Service Partner (DSP) fails to meet metrics, they lose their contract with Amazon. The delivery driver working for the DSP loses their job and benefits immediately. Some sign on with another DSP from the same facility.
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