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Walmart Ups Minimum Wage In E-Commerce Warehouses As Orders Surge

Walmart Inc said on Monday it has temporarily raised entry wages for workers in its e-commerce warehouses by $2, following similar moves by rivals, as it attempts to manage a shopping...

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Carrefour Supports French Fishermen During Crisis

As COVID-19 impacts the global food chain, Carrefour is taking action to support the French fishing industry. In an attempt to mitigate falling prices, the French retailer has committed to...

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The Ministry of Agriculture announces a Hungarikum competition

The Ministry of Agriculture (AM) announced a tender to support the collection, promotion, awareness, preservation and care of national treasures and Hungarikums – the Ministry of Agriculture announced on Tuesday....

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Amazon teams up with Bill Gates-backed group to deliver coronavirus test kits

Amazon.com Inc is teaming up with a research program funded by Bill Gates to pick up and deliver coronavirus test kits in Seattle, the e-commerce giant said on Monday. The...

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Two coronavirus testing sites open in Illinois Walmart parking lots

Walmart Inc (WMT.N) said on Sunday that federal drive-thru coronavirus testing sites have been set up in parking lots of its stores in Northlake and Joliet, Illinois to test first...

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Starbucks adopts drive-thru- and delivery-only model

In response to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, Starbucks is closing all consumer access to its company-operated café stores, including patio seating, through at least Friday, April 3. Customers will need...

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New Look, H&M, Harrods, Zara join growing list of temporary store closures

With H&M Group, Inditex, New Look, Reiss, River Island, Clarks & Arcadia Group all taking up a significant market share and all closed in the UK for the time being,...

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Panic buyers “should be ashamed”, says NHS director

At the press conference, NHS England national medical director Stephen Powis said the country should be ashamed that key medical staff were left unable to buy food. Powis referred to...

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Walmart’s Mexico unit pulls elderly workers from checkouts on coronavirus concerns

Grocers including Walmart de Mexico have begun bowing to pressure to pull from stores tens of thousands of elderly workers who pack bags at checkouts as concerns grow about their...

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The continental qualifications for the Bocuse d’Or are also postponed

Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the continental qualifications originally announced for spring are postponed at the Bocuse d’Or International Cooking Competition. Copa Maya, the joint qualification for North and South...

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