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FedEx’s Breakup With Amazon – What is means

Amazon no longer needs FedEx. But that's actually not so bad for the shipping company, which is cutting ties with the e-commerce giant. In many ways, these two companies had long been using each other, all the while knowing that a breakup was inevitable. So now that FedEx has opted to not renew

Walmart relaunches service to deliver groceries to shoppers’ refrigerators

Walmart's groceries delivery to shoppers' refrigerators     Walmart Inc. will restart a service that offers the delivery of groceries directly to shoppers’ refrigerators - part of its attempts to find unconventional ways to offer cheap and rapid delivery of online orders. Walmart had started testing the service in 2017 with smart security company August Home

Taxify has changed its name to Bolt

    ... eyes the electric scooter market   Uber challenger Taxify has changed its name to Bolt, and the change is rolling out across its apps and website. To avoid some of the inevitable confusion, it is describing itself as "Bolt (Taxify)" for the time being. The company says it wants to

French-German rail merger blocked by Brussels

Alstom makes TGV high-speed trains   Brussels has knocked down a proposed French-German rail merger, designed to help Europe compete with China.   The EU's competition commission blocked the tie-up, saying uniting France's Alstom with the rail arm of Germany's Siemens would lead to higher prices. The firms had said the merger would create an

EasyJet says drone chaos was ‘wake-up call’ for airports

EasyJet has said last month's drone disruption at Gatwick was a "wake-up call" for airports. The drones caused blanket cancellations over a number of days in December and mass passenger disruption as a result. The airline said the drones cost it £15m in passenger compensation and lost revenues, and hit 82,000 customers. EasyJet's chief

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