Good morning! Welcome to another edition of Insider Retail, where we bring you our top deep dives of the week. Today we’re taking a look at the power players at Instacart, the
fitness boom, and the most recent development in a chicken price-fixing scandal. Now, without further ado, let’s get right to it.
Instacart is firing on all cylinders lately. Last year, it added more than 200 new retailers to its marketplace — and its latest round of funding more than doubled its valuation to $39 billion. As the company eyes an IPO, we took a look at the power players working to keep its dominant position in grocery delivery.
These are the 11 power players you need to know.
Mark Tritton shook up Bed Bath & Beyond when he took the CEO reins in late 2019, overhauling the executive team and shuttering hundreds of stores. We spoke with him about how he’s fighting to keep up morale amid all these changes.
Here’s how the CEO refined his strategy.
A rising number of SPACs are focused on growing health, wellness, and fitness companies — and taking them public. Here are the six biggest blank-check companies focused on health, wellness, and fitness to watch for in 2021.
These firms are on the hunt.
Andreessen Horowitz just ranked the leading e-commerce marketplaces of 2021 — including Instacart, StockX, MasterClass and OldSchool. We have an inside look at the top 20.
Check out the top e-comm marketplaces here.
McDonald’s is seeking damages after a chicken price-fixing scandal rocked the world of fast food. The fast-food giant told franchisees it had informed Tyson and Pilgrim’s Pride that it will pursue damages.
We have the details.