WHERE TO WATCH
Meet the Meal-Kit Delivery Service Trying to Compete with Blue Apron
July 13, 2017
Updated 7mo ago
Newly launched "Dinnerly" touts its $5-per-serving price tag. Marley Spoon's U.S Managing Director of Marketing Anjali Grover explains how the company offers such low prices.
Cannabis Thought Leader: 'It's Inevitable' Big Pot Will Stifle Small Business
Mar 11, 2019
Fat Brands CEO Warns Restaurant Industry Wage Hikes Aren't Free
Winter weather and understaffing savaged February's restaurant industry outlook. Andy Wiederhorn, Fat Brands President and CEO, told Cheddar he anticipates a rebound come spring, but warned that rising wages will continue to pose a challenge for the margin-strapped industry. "Everyone wants their employees to make more money, but there's a cost to it. It isn't free," Wiederhorn said.
Feb 13, 2018
Is There a Future for Blue Apron?
Tonya Garcia, MarketWatch retail reporter, says the meal-kit delivery service, which saw shares pop after its latest earnings report, could survive amid all the competition, but it must be a stand-out.
Aug 10, 2017
Stick a Fork in it: Blue Apron May be Done
Blue Apron reported earnings for the first time since going public in June, and it's cooking up some losses. Zoe Henry, reporter at Inc. Magazine, explains why investors should be worried about its 9% decline in customers from the last quarter. Plus, she reacts to the report that Blue Apron spends $400 per customer to retain them. In addition, Zoe predicts what Snap needs to do in order to push Facebook aside.