When you place an order, be patient if items are out of stock, says Manal Kahi, who runs Eat Offbeat, a catering service in New York City with refugee cooks, which recently pivoted to delivering “stay at home” meal kits. “The best thing our customers can do to help and be ethical right now is to be flexible and understand that production and distribution are incredibly challenging, as we implement increasingly tough precautionary measures to protect our team and customers,” she says. “They can’t expect Amazon-level speed of service (although we do our best to compete).” … [Read more...] about What’s the most ethical way to get grocery delivery?
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However, if systemic risk starts rising, liquidity dries up, or borrowing becomes unmanageable for companies, the RBI would certainly want to step in and use unconventional measures to buy out some part of the government’s borrowing. So far, we find that the RBI’s focus is on using a variety of tools to inject sufficient liquidity, through a 75 basis point rate cut, 100 basis CRR (cash reserve ratio) cut, LTRO operations and widening of the monetary policy corridor, although one cannot rule out the possibility of RBI also stepping in, sometime in the future, to support the government directly. … [Read more...] about Exclusive | Full economic activity may resume only by September: Mark Matthews, Julius Baer
For software, the handset runs on iQOO UI based on Android 10, which seems like a more polished version of Vivo's FunTouchOS. The UI isn't littered with bloatware (Like FunTouchOS), you do have the option for an app drawer, the animations look pretty good, and there's a decent system-wide dark mode here. The overall software experience is good, but the iQOO 3 5G suffers from the same plight as all Chinese flagship killers, being unable to balance out the hardware and software experience. … [Read more...] about iQOO 3 5G Review: Stands tall as a gaming smartphone but falls short in the camera department
Berg found when participants spent only a little time developing their ideas, their predicted rankings remained correct. However, when they spent more time fleshing out their ideas, the idea they thought was their second-best actually finished the highest in creativity. It was a tortoise-hare dynamic: Their second favorite idea was the tortoise, starting behind but finishing as most creative, while their favorite idea was the hare, starting as more creative but losing to the tortoise in the long run. … [Read more...] about The surprising science behind better brainstorming
What is that one major piece of management learning that you have gained during this forced lockdown?The lockdown forced us to sit down and improve many of our backend processes. We realised that a lot of what we do currently can be replaced by automation. There is a need to reskill most of the team to ensure they don't become redundant.Time to show-off your poker skills and win Rs.25 lakhs with no investment. Register Now! … [Read more...] about Virtual Leaders | We face the risk of burning out if the lockdown lasts too long: Nithin Kamath of Zerodha