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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

04:22 min | 4 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Brown and this business wars daily on this monday. September twenty seven happy monday. Everyone well in what may be the longest fashion trend in history. We're now in our second year of quote pandemic chic. You know ensembles of leggings. Joggers t shirts and hoodies leave. Everyone wondering are they working out or just working from home. And that's good news for companies like lululemon. They're making bank on our unwillingness to change out of stretchy pants. Lululemon has been outperforming other retailers during the pandemic according to cnbc and earlier this month the company's sales rose more than sixty percent and shares. Hit an all time high. After besting wall street's expectations lululemon. Success was bolstered by a couple of key factors. I it caters to men. As well as women. The companies abc jogger pants or a favorite among men. Because they look a little more dressed up than plano sweatpants but they have enough stretch to keep you comfy g. q. Magazine picked him as the best joggers. For fitness buffs. Plus they have back pocket and lululemon has another advantage giving it more financial muscle last year. The company bought mirror a fitness startup. That sells a device. That looks like well a mirror but the difference is that you can stream workout classes through the device. Interact with trainers and get feedback on your form. A mirror will set you back. Fifteen hundred bucks. Plus a subscription at the time of the acquisition last june lululemon saw it as a way to continue to build community. This isn't just about getting guests to buy apparel company. Ceo calvin mcdonald told the new york times. This is about strengthening our community. Okay sure but the fact that it came with a hundred million dollars in annual sales probably didn't hurt either the move pits lululemon against peleton the company that made streaming workouts popular peleton started with cycling workouts in has now expanded into all sorts of other ways to exert yourself for a monthly fee of course but peleton is also making a run into lululemon territory launching peleton peril earlier this month. Peleton has been in the athol leisure business before for the past several years. It has worked with brand partners on seasonal collections. But this is it's first solo foray into the apparel arena. The line is tested by peleton instructors members and others and is designed to support you on your quote sweatiest days. Your busiest days your rest days and beyond peleton. Vp of apparel. Jill foley said in a statement the company plans to have a series of signature styles at will offer season after season but with new colors and design elements in each drop. Different prices will integrate compression for sports performance moisture wyking and softer fabrics for comfort now. The to fitness giants are set to square off competing on multiple fronts with their own exercise devices streaming content and clothing lines and both companies benefited from the pandemic driven sales bump in comfortable clothing and home workout equipment. But we won't be working out in our basements in spare bedrooms forever. Gyms are opening up again. People want to connect with other people again and new competition and exercise equipment is heating up legacy brand i fit is making strides in the market and hydro a new rowing machine with a streaming component. Just got nearly two hundred million dollars in new financing as the world opens up in our options for working out expand. We'll have to see how these two giants fair in the long game from one. This business words daily. I'm your host david brown written by wind miranda produced by jessica your moscow our executive producer. Jenny lower beckmann and marshall loop created by non lopez. If you've looked for a job lately you know there are tons of options out there which sounds pretty awesome but it can also be a little overwhelming staff. Mark makes the job search easy and fun they offer weekly pay and benefits. They also have an app that makes it easy to search apply and accept a job while on the go. it's called.

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"From wandry. I'm david brown. And this is business wars daily on this wednesday september twenty second if you're a taco bell fan chances are that you slather the contents of those little sauce packets on your black bean crunch wrapped. Crunchy tacos chalupa supreme. From mild to diablo. They add just the right kick to your meal but they sure do add up. Did you know that more than eight billion of those little plastic packets get used and tossed each year in the us alone and because they're single use packets. they can't be recycled. Well that is until now. Taco bell is partnered with recycling company terra cycle to create a national recycling program for sauce packets. Tara cycle is known for collecting traditionally non-recyclable materials like chewing gum in coffee capsules and creating recycled products from them. Those who want to participate sign up for a tara cycle account. Collect the sauce packets in a cardboard or other recyclable container. And when it's full go to your account. Print out a shipping label and send the box to tara cycle. And in case. You're wondering that's how you recycled chewing gum to terra. Cycle takes these materials processes them and turns them into hard plastic pellets. Those are used to make other products like industrial lumber playground equipment buckets and pens to name just a few taco bell is working toward a goal of adopting packaging that is fully recyclable. Compostable or reusable across all of its seven thousand locations worldwide within the next three years. This pilot program is a key part of that initiative. Cnn reports but the company has had its misteps to last year it had to discontinue its mexican pizza. The items packaging created more than seven million pounds in paperboard waste every year in the us alone. Business insider report just another sign that fast food companies are moving to publicly address the massive amount of waste these eateries produce each year competitor. Mcdonald's announced last month that it's reached its goal of sourcing. Nearly all of its paper supplies cups napkins paper bags and the like from sustainable fiber sources. The company has set a larger goal to sourcing all of its customer. Packaging from renewable recycled or certified sources by twenty twenty-five currently eighty percent of its packaging comes from such sources according to reuters and while these efforts are high profile and certainly headline-grabbing. Is it enough to encourage people to send back sauce packets or for restaurants to source slightly more sustainable packaging. A june study by the university of cadiz in spain found that fast food and beverage. Packaging is the primary source of plastic litter accumulating along the world's coastlines and the us environmental protection agency the epa says that food and food packaging materials. Make up almost half of all municipal solid waste. You'd have to send back more than one brand sauce packets to make a dent in those numbers terra cycle is facing its own troubles to a lawsuit filed last year alleges that the company and its biggest corporate partners like coca cola procter and gamble gerber and laurie. Al are not telling the whole truth when they say packaging is recyclable. According to a report in. Vox critics say that. The company's recycling programs have long wait lists and are not transparent or accessible the lawsuit further alleges that the vast majority of packaging still winds up in the landfill or ocean despite consumers best efforts according to the report and consumers care to and april harris poll found that more than half of consumers would consider reusable returnable containers to address packaging waste issues and most said their opinions about brands would change based on their sustainability efforts. It was unclear from the plo whether consumers would actually change their fast food eating habits for the sake of the environment however for now. We're left with initiatives like sourcing more sustainable napkins and sending back used sauce packs in an effort to curb waste and keeping an eye on whether these waste reduction measures have impact or end up being just so much trash talk from wondering this business daily. I'm your host david brown written by wind miranda and produced by jessica our executive producers. Jenny lower beckmann marshall created by or non lopez. Think of your favorite pop culture superstar. How big of a fan are you. Do you know their work inside and out. Do you know it so well that you might even know more than the celebrity themselves from wondering celebrity. Superfan is a new podcast hosted by me taylor. Tomlinson where celebrity guests face off with their biggest fans in a trivia contest about themselves each week. All introduce a musician influence or actor or personality to someone who has always wanted to meet them and we'll all learn about their lives from pre fame days up until today it's a new kind of game show and it's sure to make you laugh with fans showing off their intense obsessions and celebrities. Revealing little known facts about their lives. Celeb- versus superfan is funny endearing. A super fans dream.

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:27 min | 4 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"One of the original fast fashion chains. It was a place where you could find fashion forward scores on an allowance or after school job budget. If britney spears are brenda song were wearing it. You could probably find a cheaper version at your local. Bb store at the mall and who could forget the iconic b. t. shirts sometimes embellished with crystals in all their lower case logo glory. Alas all good things come to an end as mall. Traffic slowed over the past two decades so did bb sales and as styles changed the fast fashion brand eventually lost its luster closing all of its nearly two hundred stores a few years ago unlike some of its peers like the limited and wet seal bb narrowly avoided bankruptcy by cutting deals with its creditors selling one of its distribution centers and securing a bridge loan according to the wall street journal. It also struck up a deal. With brand management company blue star alliance to open an online store and keep selling clothing. Their blue star alliance also operates brands like to hurry and briggstone. The company now distributes be branded products through licensees in one hundred stores globally and online then. Bb made another surprising move in november of last year the company announced it would purchase nearly fifty buddies home. Furnishings rent to own franchises from franchise group inc for a cool thirty five million dollars. It's not quite an obvious next step to go from teen fashion to rent own furniture but in a statement. Ceo manny meshu said that the investment would help grow bb's cash flow over time and provide a quote platform for future growth. Is it working. Well you be the judge in late august. The company not only announced the purchase of eight more buddies franchises but that it was refinancing its debt to a lower rate it also nearly tripled shareholder dividend to fifteen cents per share market research firm fact dot. Mr predicts that the size of the rent to own furniture sector will roughly double over the next decade but we also live in a buy now. Pay later era about a year ago. We told you about the rise of payment services like after pay and split it that let you make a purchase and then pay off the total in up to four payments. But he's competitor rent a center saw promise there and in december purchased a buy now pay later service called a. sima holdings llc in cash and stock deal valued at more than one point six billion according to bloomberg the move allows renna center to better serve folks who need some additional flexibility in financing their and appliance needs that according to a report in payments dot com. A siemens short application doesn't require credit approval and doesn't pull your credit score before giving you a decision. You simply need a checking account in good standing where you deposit at least a thousand dollars per month with three months of income history then a see my sets up a payment schedule for you to pay off your purchase renison. A reported outstanding performance on its last earnings call while few would call the rent to own furniture sector glamorous business it's certainly turning heads wooing investors from the fashion sector and making big fintech deals and with continued growth predicted on the horizon. You could even say. The outlook is so far so good. I'm wondering this is business wars daily. I'm your host. David brown written by gwen wind. Miranda and produced by jessica your muskie our executive producers are jenny lower beckmann and marshall lou created by.

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Controversy in south lake tonight after teens posted a racist video. It was a wealthy idyllic. Town forced to confront racism. What shoulder we're told. Rosa parks day. You up sit in the. When school board presented its plan. This small town fight ignited a national firestorm critical race theory rapid this is south lake and nbc news. Podcast listen now wherever you get. Your podcasts are new book. The art of business wars features stories and lessons from history's greatest business rivalries with powerful insights uncovered through hundreds of episodes of business wars go to wonder dot com forward slash. The art of business wars to order your copy now from one day. I'm david brown and this business wars daily on this monday september. Six happy started the workweek. Everyone will last week. The us ended a twenty year. War in afghanistan is the last of. Us troops withdrew from the country on monday. The us military also evacuated more than seventy thousand afghan civilians and other foreign nationals out of the country after the taliban took control of kabul on august fourteenth. According to the bbc there are still so many questions about the fate of afghans left in the country but for the refugees who arrived in the us. One thing is clear. They're going to need places to live. That is where airbnb comes in. Ten days after kabul was taken over. Brian chess ski. Ceo the home share company said it would house twenty thousand afghan refugees for free. Starting immediately. He released the news in a series of tweets saying the company's nonprofit arm airbnb dot. Org would work closely with nonprofit groups to identify refugees in need of housing in one. Tweet cherokee summed up the reason for the action. He wrote quote. The displacement and resettlement of afghan refugees in the us and elsewhere is one of the biggest humanitarian crises. Of our time we feel responsibility to step up and quote. He also thanked airbnb hosts for their generosity. The united nations has said that up to a half a million more people may flee afghanistan by the end of the year so while twenty thousand temporary stays is a start. It's also a drop in the bucket when compared to the emerging need for housing and because no good deed goes unpunished. Airbnb quickly faced backlash. Some on social media called the tweets pr embellishment and virtue signaling while cherokee tweeted that the company would pay for the stays. The company website includes a call for hosts to donate their properties to house. Refugees or offer stays at a discount. The website also includes a general call for donations to help defray the cost of the lodging. There was no word on how long the company would house refugee families. Either critics pointed out others credited the company for stepping up and using its resources for good while rival home share companies like virgo remained. Mum on the situation and airbnb certainly got some good press from the gesture. Even if it's relying on hosts to shoulder some of the expense after all coordinating twenty thousand stays even short term. Ones is a serious undertaking. And it's not like this is their only initiative. Either airbnb also announced a twenty five million dollar refugee housing fund in june so while the naysayers will have their say airbnb is also putting its money where its mouth is and that's something to write home about from wondering this business wars daily. I'm your host david brown written by wind. Miranda produced by jessica your foschi. Our executive producers are jenny lower beckmann and marshall luth created by on lopez or wonder listeners. Just started listening to a new true crime miniseries from one three and campsite media that i'm completely hooked on. It's called suspect it starts in october. Two thousand eight. The residence of a redmond apartment complex. Were throwing a big halloween party. Dozens of people in costume mingling drinking and dancing but after the party started to quiet down one of them was murdered in her home. The police spent weeks piecing together the night with hazy recollection spotty. Dna evidence in dozens of party photos. Eventually they had a suspect his story. Changing his dna was at the crime scene when he finally came in for questioning. The detectives felt like they were a breath away from a confession. But that didn't happen and so the police decided to focus their attention on another man. A man with a criminal record who's dna was also found at the crime scene and he just so happened to be the only black man at the party. Suspect starts out as a compelling whodunit and then becomes a story about cutting edge forensic science and mislaid justice about race and policing and ultimately the kinds of weighty decisions that cops and prosecutors make everyday decisions that once made change lives forever and are almost impossible to reverse make.

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02:51 min | 5 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Pond's Feed

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business wars daily on this thursday august fifth. Perhaps nothing solidified the hard charging always on culture of the investment banking sector more than the movie wall street. You might remember. Michael douglas's scheming. Corrupt gordon gecko. Point is ladies and gentlemen gre- for lack of a better word is good. Greed is right. Greed works in the decades since those who chose investment banking as a career could expect high stress long hours and little time for personal life. So it's probably no surprise that among the first folks calling for a return to the office where the heads of those very companies in june jamie diamond. The head of j. p. morgan chase called for employees to return to the office in july. Mary erdos another j. P. morgan chase executive said that it's essential for young bankers to work twelve hour days six days per week to master their jobs sooner. One bank of america analyst told the new york times that he put in ninety hour weeks going home only to shower. That grueling pace had its rewards training programs for new bankers can pay well over one hundred thousand dollars per year and could potentially lead to a career that pays millions but like many industries wall street banks. Other business models disrupted during the covert nineteen pandemic as people began to rethink work life balance and fat. Paychecks are increasingly less appealing to wanna be investment bankers than the ability to have a life so banks are looking at ways to accommodate those demands in a tight labor market in some cases the effort sound a bit half hearted in march a powerpoint deck reportedly created by goldman sachs employees suggested that analysts work eighty hours per week instead of one hundred shortly after the firm offered a suggestion saturdays off. Yes you heard that right. A voice memo from goldman ceo. David solomon promised greater enforcement of the firms quote saturday rule which says that employees should not work from nine pm friday night through nine. Am sunday morning. That's right or luxurious thirty. Six worked free hours in a row unless something important comes up. Meanwhile citigroup believes that a more flexible approach to remote work is going to give it an edge over the competition in march ceo. Jane fraser said that the company would adopt a mostly hybrid approach allowing most employees. Whose jobs can be done remotely to work outside the office up to two days per week that made city the first major bank to announce its plans for hybrid work and approach being taken by many european banks fraser also encouraged employees to limit calls outside of work hours and discussed a renewed focus on employee wellness. One wall street journal report said that fraser's decision was based in part on conversations with young bankers. Who didn't see the point of long in office hours when they had proven they could do their work from home. It's not clear whether work life balance measures like these will attract new talent to a sector that has been losing. The new york times reported that the five top ranked. Us business schools have seen mba graduates going into investment banking roles decline two percent overall. Just three percent of harvard. Mba's went onto become investment bankers last year as banks try to make these banking roles seem more attractive to a generation that cares about balance it may take more than fat. Paychecks in saturday's off but losing the race for talent is certainly one way to break the bank from wondering this business daily. I'm your host david brown written by wind miranda and produced by jessica mice our executive producers. Jenny lower beckmann and martin loop created by earn on lopez..

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:07 min | 6 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business wars daily on this tuesday august. Third if you've been to a grocery store lately you might be suffering from a bit of shock sticker shock that is it's expensive out. There consumer prices in june jumped more than five percent over the same time last year. It was the biggest monthly gain since august. Two thousand eight and a surprise to economists overall inflation so its biggest increase since the early nineties as we break down the reasons it's important to note that about a third of that jump was driven by new and used car prices. Cnbc reports remember that. We told you a few months back about the chip shortage. That's driving up costs in the automobile sector but prices for the staples of everyday life like milk bread meat and brace yourself ice cream or also increasing. It's a particularly cruel. Twist in the middle of the summer. No but as the cost of ingredients goes up so does the cost of the product itself instead of bumping up. it's cost to consumers oregon-based ice cream maker. Tillamook is taking another approach. The company is employing. A tactic called shrink. Flation to avoid price increases. Perhaps you've seen this sort of thing before shrink. Flation is the practice of reducing the package size. Instead of increasing prices tillamook took to its website to tell consumers that it was reducing. Its family size container by eight ounces in an effort to hold prices steady even as its costs for ingredients like sugar cream and berries. Keep rising in a statement. The company said it was a tough decision but they chose to reduce the size of the product so quote the affordable cost per carton of ice cream. did not change for our fans and quote. Tillamook isn't the only consumer product that's choosing shrink flation route to manage costs. General mills has shrunk. It's family sized boxes of cereal like cocoa puffs apple cinnamon cheerios by more than an ounce. One industry watchdog told good morning. America that nabisco's wheat thins weighed in at a pound last year but have shrunk by two ounces this year but some competitors are big enough to eat the difference for now unilever owned ben and jerry's ice cream is keeping the size of its containers and its prices the same tube instead. Unilever has slashed its profit forecast for the year do the impact of rising commodity ingredient costs and supply chain issues. Of course. that's a bit easier to do when you're part of a multibillion dollar international conglomerate and it also helps when you're subsidiary enjoyed a double digit sales increased last year as people ate their feelings during pandemic lockdowns. Only time will tell how much of a worry inflation will be in coming months for now however ice cream. Lovers and other consumers may notice that their budgets are stretched a little thinner as they try to cope with shrinking products and rising prices from wondering this business words daily. I'm your host david brown written by wind miranda and produced by jessica moscow. Our executive producers. Are jenny lower beckmann and marshall created by or non lopez..

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Tale. An immigrant starts a yogurt company. It grows and becomes a beloved brand creating an entirely new product sector and expanding into other areas and now the next chapter is being written that little yogurt company which is now a multinational consumer products company has filed for an ipo andrew. Bonnie's value when it goes public could exceed a whopping ten billion dollars according to reuters. That's potentially good news for true employees five years ago founder. Hamdi lucia announce that each of the companies. Two thousand workers would get company shares worth up to ten percent of the company when it goes public or is sold. The new york times reported that same year the company passed on an acquisition offer from pepsico but now that the company reportedly may go public. They may finally be able to cash in on that promise drew. Bonnie has long been known for doing things a little differently. It was launched more than fifteen years ago and has grown from a tiny yogurt company to an international brand with a whole line of products including oatmeal cremers and probiotic drinks several years ago the company also formed its own food incubator to help startups develop foods for healthy living. The program caters to companies. That are quote taking on broken food systems to bring better food to more people. The website says each company accepted gets twenty five thousand dollars. But what's even more. Valuable is the mentoring and contacts. Rabbani's team provides as true bonnie exercises its approaches to making the food supply better competitors stony field organic is doubling down on organic practices. Both inside and outside of its organization the company which calls itself quote obsessively organic announced in april. That it's donating funds to change maintenance practices to be pesticide-free within five years. Manhattan's central park brooklyn's prospect park in chicago's grant park. Well all ditch harmful chemicals. The company collaborated with the organic center. Organic valley to launch the toxins calculator a free tool to discover the environmental impacts of organic dairy and provide farmers brands and consumers with the opportunity to see the impact that choosing organic dairy products has on the environment. The company says that if all. Us dairy were organic. The country would keep more than twenty olympic sized swimming pools worth of pesticides out of environment each year and stony field has pledged that it's dairy supply chain will not just be carbon-neutral but be carbon positive within nine years as these industry giants flex their calcium-rich muscles in a play for dominance americans will be waiting with their spoons at the ready. We do love our yogurt. It's the largest culture. Dairy category in sales ticked up nearly five percent during the fourth quarter last year. According to the international dairy deli bakery association manufacturers are adding probiotics for gut health and experimenting with plant based options to appeal to health conscious consumers to focus on health and wellbeing is another trend coming out of the pandemic and even though the competitions fears it's refreshing to see companies fighting to build their brands by milking. How much good they can from wondering this business worse daily. I'm your host david brown written by wind miranda produced by jessica. Musk our executive producer. Jenny lower beckmann and marshall created by hernan lopez. When you were innovating you've got to question everything. The folks at hyundai did and they completely reimagined. Every inch of the all new tucson resulting in an suv loaded with available innovations both inside and out from designed to technology to safety. Every aspect of the new tucson has been improved upon to create the best tucson ever. Led daytime running lights are stylishly hidden within the front grille making them invisible when not in use you'll be blown away by the ten and a quarter inch infotainment screen or the digital key technology. Which allows you to use.

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:36 min | 7 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"With happy birthday. Or congratulations messages. You could even ask someone to marry you. With a customized coke bottle it was sweet really then came the internet cokes. Customization system was prepared to block common profane words and phrases. It also blocked trademark and celebrity names type in a prohibited name or phrase in the system response quote oops looks like the name you requested is not an approved one then the message goes onto explain some of the guidelines used for the tool and to give the user a contact for customer service just in case they got it wrong and get it wrong they did. The censoring feature was far from comprehensive for example. You couldn't get a bottle with black lives matter printed on it but white lives matter was a okay. According to cnn transgender was blocked but nazi wasn't to imagine how this played out online. You simply need to think back to a few years ago. Microsoft launched tae remember an ai powered chat bot that would learn from interactions with other twitter users. Those twitter users taught it to be profane racist and misogynist in less than a day forcing microsoft to shut down the project. Yeah he was a bit like that. Well this gaffe is reminiscent of a pepsi. Television commercial from a few years back. The ad showed protesters with signs. Like join the conversation standing off against police. Then kendall jenner of kardashian fame hands a pepsi to a police officer in the crowd cheers critics blasted the ad is trivializing. The black lives matter movement in a response to the customization to issues. A coke representative told cnn that the company's refining the tool so that it is quote only used for its intended purpose. No doubt they're making some changes to the censoring function for now those with unusual names instill order their name on a coke but the censor enhancements might make it a little tougher for those trying to quench their thirst for scandal from wondering. This is business wars daily. I'm your host david brown written by wind miranda and produced by jessica. Your musket our executive producer. Jenny lower beckmann in martian created by hernando means or birthdays holidays. Promotions getting that last sprinkled donut. There's a lot in this world worth celebrating but nothing is worth celebrating more than knowledge especially knowledge that will pay off.

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"On physical stores with thirty five new ones plan to open this year. The first worby parker boutique opened three years. After the company's launch it was so successful that the brand kept opening more at a steady clip reaching nearly one hundred fifty stores by early last year. You can see what's coming right. The pandemic of course worby parker had to close those stores for months last year. The three billion dollar companies revenue plummeted but there was also some good news for the eyeglass retailer more people started shopping online for everything at first they were ordering essentials like groceries in sweatpants but more people did start buying glasses online too but it still wasn't enough before the pandemic just five percent of people who need glasses bought them online. The wall street journal reports now. That number is about seven percent while that may not seem like a big ship. Consider this three out of four people in the us need some sort of vision correction out of those more than half wear glasses. According to a report by the vision impact institute so a two percent increase translates to a lot of new spectacle sales each year but there are still limits to filling. Eyeglass prescriptions online over the past few years the food and drug administration has been cracking down on companies offering online exams or be parker competitor. Visibly came under the fda scrutiny because claims at based vision test or just like those taken in a doctor's office leading aarp reports. The apps rely on consumers to self report that they followed instructions for the eye exam without being overseen by an eye care professional since the pandemic began. The agency has eased up on remote tests as part of telehealth but they're still not ideal as more facilities reopen and people get comfortable getting back to whatever normal will look like. It's not clear whether the agency will tighten up its restrictions on remote vision tests. Even so there's a work around for online only eyeglass sellers who can simply fill prescriptions that were issued after an in-person exam but by expanding its brick and mortar footprint. Were be parker is eyeing a bigger piece of the vision. correction markkanen from wondering this business hordes daily. I'm your host david brown written by wind. Miranda released by jessica your mice. Our executive producers are jenny lower beckmann and marshall created by or non located microsoft. Teams is helping priority bicycles reinvent. The way they work when the pandemic hit the bike shop had to close their new york city showroom. They found a way to reopen by doing virtual visits on teams. Now the team can meet with two or three times the number of customers than.

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Roleplay Replay

Roleplay Replay

05:28 min | 11 months ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Roleplay Replay

"As wandered off. He went downhill. There was a tree. I thin in big cats fighting. What's your perception your perception. Your the only well. We still don't know what finn was doing. Yeah perceptionist sixteen. But i I was planning on just sitting and thinking about everything that happened in trying to piece together and pray a little bit i sell. Everybody was pretty distracted. I'm gonna give this to ause if he wants it. I'm going to say that no one saw. Nobody saw the cat porn. I'm very sad it was wrestling right. I mean you may have heard you you you may have heard. I think it's definitely safe to say that. You probably heard some some noises so if someone wants to stop what they're doing and go check it out that's fine but hearing it and looking up and not seeing ause. I mean maybe that would pull you away from what you were doing. It's up to you guys. I went and looked at the schematics and talk to real briefly. And i had to do so so foul mar You hear rustling and a bit of like low guttural noises. You had that way and you see ause wrestling and panther form what you've seen him soon before with giancana crazy blue. Eyed flamed is black and gray and white striped creature. It is scary. See look like he's doing okay. Making inside check eight hard to say. I mean nobody's bleeding as you continue to watch the is change forms into black bear as you continue to watch you. See the panther form of oz shape shifting into a black bear. Clearly they at that point when you see the way that the that the cat like thing reacts to be in a bear hug squirming around and starting to make biscuits pretty clear that they're that they're playing. Can you tell me what but this could yards. Happy pause. Oh okay must be a regional thing. They're like meeting with their paws needing with a keg. Sorry nick i'm just going to wait out there for him until okay so ause as you dismiss. The spell insert the head back toward camp. Foul maher is standing and watching us. I'm doing well the acorn worked friend. Ers yeah i think so. Get the cheetah's form her farm. It's form a. I don't know if it works that way. It's a. It's something that i cast. It's not necessarily a beast that i've met if i don't know if that makes sense but it's blank stares we have another. We have another opportunity to have a companion. What do you mean well. There's an animal that can summon on occasion and dismiss. Yes okay. I did not. I guess i'm just the beginning of it. I didn't wanna make a thing of it. I just kind of go check it out. It's not the first time i've been lost in the sauce not anything. Yeah just happens then. I'll head back to the to the campfire. I'll accompany you got nothing else to do. Come back wreak in in guy or are still studying mir is you you recognize you recognize what it looks like wind. Miranda has found what she's looking for that's what she's doing then is off fire self but not too far away and she seems to be quietly introspective. So mir in the sense that when we take these long risk you can basically get two hours worth of stuff done. If you want to you can stabilize. Two of those healing potions..

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"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"The pandemic has done strange things to America's Diet. . We started stockpiling Spaghetti. O's . frozen waffles became a thing again, , and apparently we started drinking beer for dessert craft beer drinkers who want big flavor often choose hoppy IPA's but more recently. . So called Pastry stoute's for dessert. . Beers have become another. . Fizzy favourite, , rich, , and decadent. . They're made with flavors ranging from pumpkin spice to candied apples and Bloomberg reports. . Their sales are up eight percent year over year ying-ling. America's . oldest brewery is on trend. . The beer makers teamed up with another Pennsylvania icon to make gangling Hershey's chocolate porter. . The dark beer was such a hit at bars and restaurants last fall that the company is. . Rolled it out in bottles this year Yuengling two hundred year old dark brewed porter is infused with Hershey's cocoa chocolate Syrup and chocolate nibs bruise and they're not the only company putting a sweet twist on their bubbly bruce a much newer player on the beer scene is giving trader. . Joe's some sweet treats for the Beer Aisle Hollywood park craft brewery has recreated the. . Flavors of TJ's popular speculation cookie butter spread in beer form. . The grocers cookie butter spread has developed a bit of a cult following people actually buy it at TJ's and resell it online. . The beer version is made with Hoven Ella, , beans, , milk sugar, , and toasted coconut in review the website pop sugar declared that speculative cookie butter beer quote tastes like Christmas in a bottle. . TJ's has also worked with another brewer to develop a coffee peanut butter cup porter, , which is a dark beer brewed with chocolate malt coffee and peanut butter powder. . Perfect for those who want to drink their after dinner traits. . If you have a sweet tooth, these , seasonal libations may be welcome news but pastry stoute's and desert beers differ from more mass market brews in another way crack open corona or Heineken, , and the alcohol content is about five percent alcohol by volume or a B.. . Desert Beers are upwards of eight percent a b a pint of cookie butter beer has nearly double the alcohol content of your regular glass of Suds. . That's because the sweet beers are made with more sugar with. . VERTU, , to alcohol during the brewing process. . So imbibers beware these beers pack a punch and the calorie count isn't going to help your six pack either as we head into fall in the holiday season celebrating with Desert Beers can give you a sweet treat and warm buzz and glass or bottle. . The bad news is that they make that fourteen fifteen. . Stick around a little longer and. .

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"wind miranda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"wind miranda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Fingers. Right now. Donny. Misery loves company fair and twenty right now at the mytalk studios. You win. This is a mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. On my talk. So we all the territory pools, and is going to be a father yesterday the rapper revealed on Instagram that he and his girlfriend Andy Smith or starting a family together. This after Wilson had whirlwind romance with Noah Cyrus, the sister of Miley Cyrus. Remember, the two of them made their PD filled red carpet debut at the two thousand eighteen MTV via in August. Then a few weeks later wills and Noah had a very public and very ugly break-up that was documented on both of their Instagram stories the drama of young love as young love. Does. We gotta do it. All. Oh, yes. Exactly. And congratulations to Miranda Lambert who revealed she is married. Cheer photographs. We can gradually obviously an announcement to do the red flag over salad. You did not catch. My sarcasm. Maranda lambert? Now, if you missed the news, yes, remember the incident in Nashville a last week where Miranda Lambert got angry at patrons of a steakhouse in through salad over their heads while she was with an unidentified male at the time turns out that might be her new husband, Brendan McLaughlin. They first met back on November. Second wind Miranda Lambert appeared on that day's episode of good Morning, America. By the way, Brendan McLaughlin, also father to a new infants so we wish them all the bus. He lives in New York. He's a cop. I mean. Likes to steal men away from women. Something else. And then. Yeah. Why she let this news be known today is because they released the nine one one tapes calling from the daycares rent. Maranda Lambert, and she's throwing played it got got script up. Yes. Well, seems like Miranda Lambert needs to find a new hobby not stealing from other people Kim Kardashian is drawing inspiration from her two thousand fourteen wedding the Conde west to create a new bridal beauty collection. Just for your special day. She shared the news with her fans at a makeup event in her makeup longtime makeup artists. Mario admitted that for Kim's big day. He used Lori Al Perez color, reach extraordinary liquid lipstick in nude ballet, and for is a little urban decay. But if you wanna wear Kim Kardashian K K W beauty on your special day, you'll be able to tell. Yes, I really liked that Kylie lips up. Oh, oh, yeah. People. Love it. Totally. All right. Well, that's.

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