But by January 2019, Edwards had had enough. For one, he didn’t think the services were helping his bottom line. “Even though we were bringing in more money, after paying out the commission rates, we were seeing a decrease in net profits,” he says. The drivers were inconsistent, he reports, and sometimes lacked equipment like insulated food bags to keep deliveries warm. Edwards also found it harder to get in touch with customer service reps for the apps, who would sometimes refund customers at the eatery's expense for deliveries he believed had gone well. … [Read more...] about Everyone’s ordering delivery, but apps aren’t making money
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The Supreme Court case that’s being quoted is 2017’s Packingham v. North Carolina, in which the court determined that North Carolina couldn’t ban sex offenders from social media. But the North Carolina state legislature is literally the government, which is barred by the First Amendment from restricting speech. Private companies like Twitter and Facebook are not governments and face no such restrictions — in fact, they have First Amendment rights of their own. The order does nothing to resolve this contradiction. … [Read more...] about Let’s go through Trump’s terrible internet censorship order, line by line
Nesreen, meanwhile, had her own traumatic past. In the summer of 2011 she had run away from her strict Muslim household and her controlling father, whom she described as "violent and abusive," with only the clothes she was wearing. She climbed out of a window and went to a neighbor's house and asked for a ride—to Coty and Cory's mom Shirley Beavers' house in Spring, Texas. … [Read more...] about The Twisted Story Behind
Still, the scandals tend to find the media spotlight. There was the man whose samples were used to produce more than 150 children, the many parents who end up unintentionally having children of different races (in one instance because a clinic was said to have confused “Donor 380” with “Donor 330”), the woman whose dead husband’s samples were misplaced and allegedly used to impregnate other women, or the Georgia clinic that allegedly marketed a donor to hopeful parents as a neuroscience genius studying a PhD in engineering but who was in reality an ex-con who had never attended college and had a history of psychiatric hospitalization. His sample has been used to conceive at least 36 children. … [Read more...] about They Thought They Had A Brother. Then They Checked Their Inbox.
Though he was the company’s largest shareholder, with around 33 per cent of its stock in late 2016, his holding was steadily being reduced, and had shrunk to 20 percent by the date of Mr Bruney’s suicide. He had completely offloaded his stake by the end of 2018. … [Read more...] about A desperate young man lured into addiction and the tycoon behind it revelling in the high life: GUY ADAMS exposes the cynical truth about the gambling fat cat who made a fortune