If the Job Market Is So Good, Why Is Gig Work Thriving?

Conventional employment opportunities abound, but online platforms still have appeal — for flexibility or additional income.

#car-services-and-livery-cabs, #delivery-services, #employee-fringe-benefits, #freelancing-self-employment-and-independent-contracting, #inflation-economics, #labor-and-jobs, #recession-and-depression, #temporary-employment, #united-states-economy, #wages-and-salaries, #work-life-balance

In Italy, Where Pizza Was Born, Domino’s Bows Out

The company entered the Italian market in 2015, but seems to have been done in by a proliferation of home-delivery food during the pandemic and a desire for more artisanal pies.

#delivery-services, #dominos-pizza-inc, #italy, #parma-italy, #pizza, #rome-italy, #shutdowns-institutional, #turin-italy

Maybe We Don’t Need Groceries in 15 Minutes After All

Venture capital bet big on start-ups using vacant retail space to store groceries on demand. But investors didn’t understand the dynamic of the city.

#buyk-corp, #delivery-services, #gorillas-technologies-us-inc, #instacart, #jokr-sarl, #new-york-city, #peloton-interactive-inc, #supermarkets-and-grocery-stores

Are Middlemen Really Profit-Making Parasites?

Or do they make our lives easier?

#amazon-com-inc, #delivery-services, #e-commerce, #internal-sub-only-nl, #international-trade-and-world-market, #supply-chain, #united-states-economy

Daily Harvest Recalls Lentil and Leek Crumbles After Consumers Fall Ill

With nearly 500 reports of sickness, and viral posts from influencers, the company and experts are now trying to figure out what happened.

#delivery-services, #lentils, #liver, #recalls-and-bans-of-products, #veganism

Where Are the Delivery Drones?

The technology is hard and the economics of mass deliveries may never make sense.

#amazon-com-inc, #delivery-services, #drones-pilotless-planes, #internal-sub-only-nl

The Next Battleground for Gig Worker Labor Laws: Massachusetts

Uber and Lyft are pushing a ballot measure that would bar their drivers from full employment status, but a court could throw it out.

#california, #car-services-and-livery-cabs, #delivery-services, #freelancing-self-employment-and-independent-contracting, #lyft-inc, #massachusetts, #referendums, #uber-technologies-inc, #wages-and-salaries

In Alaska, DoorDash and Uber Eats Deliver (by Plane) to the Tundra

With the help of bush pilots, residents of remote Alaskan villages are increasingly using DoorDash, Uber Eats and other food-delivery services.

#alaska-air-group-inc, #anchorage-alaska, #delivery-services, #doordash-mobile-app, #food, #uber-eats

Good Products and Bad Businesses

Some digital inventions have seemed brilliant, but their business plans might not work.

#computers-and-the-internet, #delivery-services, #internal-sub-only-nl, #spotify, #uber-technologies-inc

Fatal Shooting of Deliveryman Stuns a Queens Neighborhood

Zhiwen Yan, who delivered Chinese food in Forest Hills, had a signature greeting for customers: “Hello, my friend!” He was killed on his scooter at a stoplight.

#delivery-services, #forest-hills-queens-ny, #hate-crimes, #murders-attempted-murders-and-homicides, #police-department-nyc

Instacart’s Pandemic Boom Is Fading

The grocery delivery start-up changed its leadership, slashed its valuation and shifted its strategy after sales slowed.

#appointments-and-executive-changes, #boards-of-directors, #computers-and-the-internet, #delivery-services, #doordash-mobile-app, #e-commerce, #instacart, #mehta-apoorva, #sequoia-capital, #simo-fidji, #supermarkets-and-grocery-stores, #uber-technologies-inc

Amid Virus Chaos, Shanghai Residents Band Together

As the authorities in China’s biggest city fight to stamp out an Omicron outbreak, neighbors are turning to one another for support.

#cats, #china, #coronavirus-2019-ncov, #coronavirus-omicron-variant, #delivery-services, #elderly, #pets, #politics-and-government, #shanghai-china, #vaccination-and-immunization, #volunteers-and-community-service

China’s Covid Lockdowns Stir Memories of a Planned Economy

China is meddling with free enterprise as it hasn’t in decades. The results are familiar to those old enough to remember: scarcity, and the rise of black markets.

#china, #communist-party-of-china, #coronavirus-2019-ncov, #coronavirus-omicron-variant, #delivery-services, #disease-rates, #economic-conditions-and-trends, #politics-and-government, #shanghai-china

Gopuff Buys Time for Its 30-Minutes-or-Less Delivery Promise

The $15 billion rapid-delivery start-up decided to do business differently from rivals like Instacart. A changing environment is testing its model.

#computers-and-the-internet, #delivery-services, #freelancing-self-employment-and-independent-contracting, #gopuff, #instacart, #labor-and-jobs, #layoffs-and-job-reductions, #philadelphia-pa, #shopping-and-retail, #start-ups, #venture-capital, #warehouses, #yakir-gola

After the Pandemic, I Want My Life to Be Less Convenient

The pandemic turned many of us into hermits. It’s time to go out again.

#coronavirus-2019-ncov, #delivery-services, #habits-and-routines-behavior, #instacart, #new-york-city, #shopping-and-retail, #united-states

Instacart Cuts Its Valuation by 38 Percent, Citing ‘Turbulence’

Despite the company’s fast growth during the pandemic, the market for technology stocks appears to have cooled.

#computers-and-the-internet, #delivery-services, #instacart, #venture-capital

Warehouses Transform N.Y.C. Neighborhoods as E-Commerce Booms

The region is home to the largest concentration of online shoppers in the country. The facilities, key to delivering packages on time, are reshaping neighborhoods.

#amazon-com-inc, #building-construction, #connecticut, #delivery-services, #e-commerce, #long-island-ny, #new-jersey, #new-york-city, #northeastern-states-us, #real-estate-commercial, #red-hook-brooklyn-ny, #shopping-and-retail, #supply-chain, #united-parcel-service-inc, #warehouses

Dance, I Said — Dance! And Leave the Package on the Porch.

The combination of next-day delivery, Ring surveillance footage and TikTok has put a spotlight on Amazon drivers. But it’s also created a new main character: the package itself.

#amazon-com-inc, #audio-neutral-immersive, #audio-neutral-informative, #delivery-services, #ring-inc, #social-media, #tiktok-bytedance

Gorillas, the Rapid Delivery Service, Is Changing Berlin. Is N.Y.C. Next?

In Germany’s capital, workers are striking, congestion is on the rise and the German bodega — the spätkauf — is under threat.

#berlin-germany, #convenience-stores, #delivery-services, #doordash-mobile-app, #gopuff, #gorillas, #jokr-sarl, #labor-and-jobs, #mobile-applications, #new-york-city, #start-ups

House Passes Bill to Shore Up Postal Service, Working to Avert Insolvency

Supporters say the legislation, which has bipartisan support, would address the agency’s financial woes while requiring it maintain a delivery standard of at least six days a week.

#delivery-services, #house-of-representatives, #law-and-legislation, #postal-service-us, #postal-service-and-post-offices, #senate, #united-states-politics-and-government

Inflation Hits the Fast Food Counter

The pandemic has led to the largest price spikes at fast-food restaurants in two decades.

#carrols-restaurant-group, #chipotle-mexican-grill-inc, #delivery-services, #dominos-pizza-inc, #fast-food-industry, #food, #mcdonalds-corporation, #prices-fares-fees-and-rates, #restaurants, #shake-shack-inc, #wages-and-salaries, #wingstop-inc

Can Anyone Satisfy Amazon’s Craving for Electric Vans?

The company has big plans to turn its delivery fleet green. But very few of the vehicles are made right now.

#amazon-com-inc, #automobiles, #canoo-inc, #carbon-dioxide, #delivery-services, #e-commerce, #electric-and-hybrid-vehicles, #general-motors, #greenhouse-gas-emissions, #rivian-automotive-llc, #start-ups, #stellantis-nv, #vans

Why Christmas Gifts Are Arriving on Time This Year

Fears that a disrupted supply chain could wreak havoc on the logistics industry over the holiday turned out to be wrong as many Americans ordered early and shopped in stores.

#amazon-com-inc, #christmas, #consumer-behavior, #delivery-services, #e-commerce, #fedex-corporation, #gifts, #postal-service-us, #shopping-and-retail, #supply-chain, #united-parcel-service-inc, #united-states

Online Orders in Manhattan May Soon Arrive by Ferry

A partnership plans to bring packages into Manhattan by ferry, relieving truck congestion in tunnels and bridges.

#bridges-and-tunnels, #delivery-services, #e-commerce, #fernhay, #ferries, #freight-cargo, #manhattan-nyc, #ny-waterway, #roads-and-traffic, #ships-and-shipping, #trucks-and-trucking, #united-parcel-service-inc, #wachtel-william

At Amazon Site, Tornado Collided With Company’s Peak Delivery Season

Amazon, which has its highest employment during the holiday shopping season, said the tornado formed at the site’s parking lot.

#accidents-and-safety, #amazon-com-inc, #buildings-structures, #computers-and-the-internet, #delivery-services, #e-commerce, #edwardsville-ill, #tornadoes, #workplace-hazards-and-violations

Gig Worker Protections Get a Push in European Proposal

A proposal with widespread political support would entitle drivers and couriers for companies like Uber to a minimum wage and legal protections.

#car-services-and-livery-cabs, #deliveroo-roofoods-ltd, #delivery-services, #europe, #european-commission, #labor-and-jobs, #politics-and-government, #regulation-and-deregulation-of-industry, #uber-technologies-inc, #wages-and-salaries

Getting Packages in My Building Is Chaotic. What Can I Do?

The pandemic has exacerbated the onslaught of deliveries. Management should consider changes to staffing, storage capacity or building policy.

#content-type-service, #cooperatives, #delivery-services, #real-estate-and-housing-residential

Supply Chain Snarls for Cars on Display at a Kansas Terminal

A shipping terminal in Kansas reveals the fundamental problem — no one can plan, and no one is sure what will happen next.

#automobiles, #delivery-services, #factories-and-manufacturing, #jack-cooper-transport, #kansas-city-kan, #ships-and-shipping, #trucks-and-trucking

Hundreds of FedEx Packages Dumped in Alabama Ravine, Authorities Say

Amid the holiday shopping crush, more than 300 packages were discovered on private property. The driver, who has been identified and questioned by the police, is no longer working for FedEx, the company said.

#alabama, #blount-county-ala, #delivery-services, #fedex-corporation, #missing-packages

Where Will We Be in 20 Years?

Looking at demographic data can help us assess the opportunities and challenges of the coming decades.

#delivery-services, #economic-conditions-and-trends, #entrepreneurship, #infrastructure-public-works, #urban-areas

Teamsters Vote for Sean O’Brien, a Hoffa Critic, as President

Sean O’Brien scored a decisive victory among union members after criticizing the current leadership as too timid in UPS talks and Amazon organizing.

#amazon-com-inc, #appointments-and-executive-changes, #delivery-services, #elections, #hoffa-james-p, #international-brotherhood-of-teamsters, #organized-labor, #sean-obrien

‘We Finally Have Something to Celebrate’: The Infrastructure Bill Is Signed

Readers hail the $1 trillion bill but bemoan the partisanship and worry about online scams. Also: Paid family leave; court logjam; food deliveries.

#biden-joseph-r-jr, #courts-and-the-judiciary, #delivery-services, #family-leaves, #food, #infrastructure-public-works, #paid-time-off, #parenting, #pregnancy-and-childbirth, #prisons-and-prisoners, #republican-party, #rikers-island-prison-complex, #united-states-politics-and-government

15-Minute Grocery Delivery Has Come to N.Y.C. Not Everyone Is Happy.

A half-dozen grocery services offer speed and convenience, but critics worry about their effect on neighborhood stores and crowded city streets.

#brewer-gale-a, #cohen-mark-a, #columbia-university, #delivery-services, #e-commerce, #food, #new-york-city, #rensselaer-polytechnic-institute, #supermarkets-and-grocery-stores

Vaccine Mandates Could Stop Supply-Chain Woes at U.S. Ports

How vaccine mandates can unclog the ports.

#delays-transportation, #delivery-services, #durable-goods-economic-indicator, #economics-theory-and-philosophy, #internal-sub-only, #international-trade-and-world-market, #shopping-and-retail

New York Bike Delivery Workers Band Together for Safety

Robbers are targeting them in the city, and thefts of their electric bikes have risen. Many are banding together to protect one another.

#assaults, #bicycles-and-bicycling, #city-council-nyc, #delivery-services, #immigration-and-emigration, #labor-and-jobs, #new-york-city, #police-department-nyc, #restaurants, #robberies-and-thefts

Britain’s Christmas Lament: Meat Shortages and Delivery Delays

Military personnel are driving transport trucks. Pig farmers may start culling their stock. Even the government says shortages will affect Christmas, as Britons brace for a challenging winter.

#butchers-and-butchering, #coronavirus-2019-ncov, #delivery-services, #economic-conditions-and-trends, #european-union, #foreign-workers, #great-britain, #great-britain-withdrawal-from-eu-brexit, #immigration-and-emigration, #international-trade-and-world-market, #johnson-boris, #labor-and-jobs, #meatpacking-plants-and-slaughterhouses, #norfolk-england, #office-for-national-statistics-united-kingdom, #pigs, #politics-and-government, #shortages, #trucks-and-trucking

‘The Beginning of the Snowball’: Supply-Chain Snarls Delay Books

Shipping delays, printer backups and worker shortages are forcing publishers to postpone new titles and leaving booksellers in a lurch for some old ones.

#book-trade-and-publishing, #books-and-literature, #delivery-services, #international-trade-and-world-market, #ships-and-shipping, #shopping-and-retail, #shortages

‘It’s Like Kismet’: How a Long-Empty Building Found the Perfect Tenant

This old, triangular clinic was created to serve the poor and infirm. God’s Love We Deliver was up to the task.

#delivery-services, #gods-love-we-deliver, #gottlieb-william-real-estate, #historic-buildings-and-sites, #new-york-city, #nonprofit-organizations, #philanthropy, #real-estate-and-housing-residential, #soho-manhattan-ny, #west-village-manhattan-ny

N.Y.C. Food Delivery Workers Would See Better Pay Under New Bills

A package of legislation from the City Council will set minimum pay and working conditions, placing New York at the forefront of regulating a multibillion-dollar industry.

#city-council-nyc, #delivery-services, #doordash-mobile-app, #food, #grubhub-inc, #law-and-legislation, #living-wage, #mobile-applications, #new-york-city, #regulation-and-deregulation-of-industry, #uber-eats, #wages-and-salaries, #workplace-hazards-and-violations

Food Delivery Apps Sue NY Over Fee Limits

Grubhub, Uber Eats and Door Dash have characterized a 15 percent cap on fees charged to restaurants as an unconstitutional measure that will hurt consumers.

#city-council-nyc, #delivery-services, #doordash-mobile-app, #grubhub-inc, #mobile-applications, #mobile-commerce-and-payments, #new-york-city, #prices-fares-fees-and-rates, #restaurants, #suits-and-litigation-civil, #uber-eats

CookUnity whips up nationwide expansion following $47M round

Chef-prepared, small-batch meal delivery startup CookUnity is undergoing a major expansion after closing a $47 million Series B round.

Insight Partners led the round and was joined by Endeavor Capital and current investors IDCV, Fuel Ventures and Gaingels. The latest funding comes eight months after New York-based CookUnity closed a $15.5 million Series A round led by Fuel Venture Capital. The company has now raised a total of $70 million since its inception in 2018.

Mateo Marietti, founder and CEO of CookUnity, had the idea for the subscription-based company five years ago. Marietti, who is from Argentina, was working in food tech and saw that modern delivery services were only able to offer limited food options and pricing, and was a trade-off between convenience and variety.

He went looking for a similar experience to apps like Spotify, where the music selection was limitless, and created CookUnity to connect creators of food with the people who would be eating it.

CookUnity combines the ready-to-eat meal category with a chef-focused business model that provides restaurant-quality meals at home. The rotating menu features hundreds of dishes, starting at $10.49 per meal, with an option of a subscription plan for four, six, eight, 12 or 16 meals per week. Meals heat up in minutes and also include both fast-cooking instructions, like in a microwave, or how the chef might prepare it at home, like with an additional squeeze of lemon or other toppings.

CookUnity founder Mateo Marietti. Image Credits: CookUnity

Chefs are also given tools and resources to create a digital-first business, and Marietti told TechCrunch that top-selling chefs bring in upwards of $1 million a year.

“We are building the infrastructure, working with farmers, providing the ingredients and the tech layer for both the consumer app and the chef app,” he added. “We don’t employ any talent or cook the food, but we give chefs the tools to start recruiting cooks, gather information on new recipes, organize their team and expand into new markets while also seeing their sales for the day or week.”

The company’s platform is already working with notable chefs like Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Marc Forgione and Esther Choi, and the Series B funding will enable it to add more chefs, including local rising stars and established restaurateurs, enabling them to sell beyond the typical on-demand food delivery zone, Marietti said.

Starting with the flagship kitchen in Brooklyn, CookUnity initially expanded to San Francisco, Dallas-Fort Worth, Boston and Washington, D.C. Following the Series A, the company opened kitchens in Los Angeles, Austin and Chicago. The new funding will now enable the company to accelerate its nationwide expansion with new kitchens in Atlanta and Miami by the end of the year. When all of the new kitchens are online, Marietti estimates that CookUnity will be able to serve 88% of the U.S. population.

In the last 12 months, CookUnity saw over 550% growth and to date has over 50 chefs on its roster, with plans to increase to 150 across all of its kitchens by mid-2022.

As part of the investment, Rebecca Liu-Doyle, principal at Insight Partners, is joining the CookUnity board of directors. Insight’s model is to track companies for a long time before investing; in CookUnity’s case, Liu-Doyle was watching them for more than two years. She said the timing was right for Insight to invest.

In addition to product-market fit, strong chef retention and liking the company’s focus on the food market, which is a “massive total addressable market,” she said, CookUnity was on its way to building a big business with subscription-based revenue as it took on the complexities of the back-end business for chefs.

The value proposition is unique for both of the stakeholders — on the chef side there is a creator economy tailwind, which is taking the friction out of scaling a business while also enabling chefs to build a business with a larger footprint than they just selling food around their restaurants. On the consumer side, Liu-Doyle said CookUnity is providing affordable and convenient food without having to compromise on taste and quality.

“Very few companies can offer that: it is democratization on both fronts,” she added. “In order to execute on the vision, you need a specific team, which Mateo has, and show incremental improvement to the experience. It doesn’t just happen overnight. You have to be patient and deliberate in the way you improve the experience.”

#chef, #chefs, #cookunity, #delivery-services, #ecommerce, #endeavor-capital, #food, #food-and-drink, #food-delivery, #fuel-venture-capital, #funding, #gaingels, #idcv, #insight-partners, #mateo-marietti, #rebecca-liu-doyle, #recent-funding, #restaurants, #saas, #startups, #tc

California Senate Passes Bill Reining In Amazon Labor Model

The bill would curb production quotas at Amazon and other companies that critics say are excessive and force workers to forgo bathroom breaks.

#accidents-and-safety, #amazon-com-inc, #california, #delivery-services, #law-and-legislation, #productivity, #state-legislatures, #storage, #workplace-hazards-and-violations

Amazon expands same-day Prime delivery to 6 more U.S. cities

Amazon announced this morning it’s expanding its faster, same-day delivery service to half a dozen more U.S. cities. The service, which the retailer has been working to make same-day delivery even faster over the past year, now offers consumers in a number of markets the ability to shop up to 3 million items on Amazon.com, then receive their orders in only a few hours.

To do so, Amazon invested in what it called “mini-fulfillment centers” closer to where customers lived in select U.S. markets, initially in Philadelphia, Phoenix, Orlando, and Dallas. Those customers could then shop across a dozen merchandise categories, including Baby, Beauty & Health, Kitchen & Dining, Electronics, Pet Supplies, and more. As the pandemic continued to impact Amazon’s business, in November 2020, Amazon expanded its faster same-day service to more cities, to include Nashville and Washington, D.C.

With today’s expansion, Amazon is rolling out same-day delivery to Prime members in Baltimore, Chicago, Detroit, Tampa, Charlotte, and Houston, bringing the total markets served to 12. In these markets, shoppers will be able to place orders online throughout the day then have items on their doorstep in as fast as 5 hours, Amazon says. Customers can also place orders by midnight to have their orders arrive the following morning.

The service continues to be free with no additional charges on orders over $35 that qualify for same-day delivery. Orders under $35 have a $2.99 fee for Prime customers, and a $12.99 fee for non-members. Prime membership, meanwhile, is $12.99 per month or $119 per year.

The time frame commitments for same-day delivery are the same as those Amazon promised last year when it first announced its plans to speed up Prime delivery. Orders placed between midnight and 8 AM will arrive today by 1 PM. Orders placed between 8 AM and 1 PM arrive by 6 PM; those placed between 1 PM and 5 PM will arrive by 10 PM; and those placed between 5 PM and midnight will arrive overnight by 8 AM. That means customers can place orders fairly late and receive their items before they head out of the house the next day.

Faster same-day delivery has been one of the most significant services Amazon has used to challenge rivals like Walmart and Target, who both benefit from having a large brick-and-mortar footprint that allows them to more quickly serve their customers through same-day order pickup, curbside pickup, and same-day delivery services. While Walmart partners with third-parties on its same-day service, Express delivery, largely focused on grocery, Target acquired delivery service Shipt in 2017 to bring its fast delivery services in-house.

In response to the growing competition, Amazon has been recently acquiring smaller warehouse space inside major urban metros, including in these six new markets where it’s now announcing same-day delivery, as well as larger markets, like New York, and even suburban neighborhoods. It also acquired Whole Foods for $137.7 billion in 2017, not only to more fully participate in the online grocery business, but also in part because of its large retail footprint.

As Amazon has sped up the pace of what’s available under “Prime” delivery, it has wound down its older “Prime Now” business, which was retired Aug. 30 and will be fully shut down by year-end. The separate app had allowed customers to shop items that were available in one or two hours for an additional fee.

The news follows Amazon’s earning miss last week, when the retailer fell short of Wall St.’s estimates for revenue, and gave a weaker than-expected outlook for the quarter ahead, which Amazon attributed to difficult comparisons with a time frame that included Covid lockdowns during height of the pandemic in 2020. The company reported $113.08 billion in revenue and earnings of $15.12, versus expectations of $115.2 billion and $12.30.

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How the Restaurant Delivery Business Holds Strong as In-Person Dining Returns

As in-person dining returns, home delivery is holding up. For restaurants, services like DoorDash and Uber Eats could become a permanent part of their business.

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The CEO of UPS on Voting Rights and Vaccine Delivery

After a long career at Home Depot, Carol Tomé thought she was done with office life. Then a company she knew well needed a new leader.

#content-type-personal-profile, #delivery-services, #executives-and-management-theory, #home-depot-inc, #tome-carol, #united-parcel-service-inc

Farewell, Millennial Lifestyle Subsidy

The price for Ubers, scooters and Airbnb rentals is going up as tech companies aim for profitability.

#airbnb, #car-services-and-livery-cabs, #delivery-services, #luxury-goods-and-services, #mobile-applications, #motorcycles-motor-bikes-and-motorscooters, #prices-fares-fees-and-rates, #venture-capital

At Grocery Stores, It’s Hard Work Picking Your Online Order

The technology needed to fulfill orders is costly for stores, and the workers who pick items off the shelves often feel the pressure of being tracked.

#delivery-services, #e-commerce, #instacart, #kroger-company, #labor-and-jobs, #shopping-and-retail, #supermarkets-and-grocery-stores, #wearable-computing

Is New York’s Year of Lavish Tipping Coming to an End?

As the pandemic eases, data suggests customers may no longer see service workers as deserving of “hazard pay.”

#coronavirus-2019-ncov, #delivery-services, #new-york-city, #shutdowns-institutional, #tips-and-tipping, #waiters-and-waitresses

He Delivered for Me

How my UPS man went from annoyance to emotional lifeline.

#dating-and-relationships, #delivery-services, #love-emotion, #shutdowns-institutional, #united-parcel-service-inc

Fending Off the Package Pirates

Are you tired of deliveries being stolen before you have the chance to retrieve them? Outdoor package bins offer a solution.

#content-type-service, #delivery-services, #e-commerce, #quarantine-life-and-culture, #real-estate-and-housing-residential, #robberies-and-thefts