Our deliveries are starting to pick up but I mean our sales have dropped off dramatically, previously they're about 25 percent of what they were before COVID and now it's probably dropped down another 10 percent, it's tough times.
-- Shirah Matsuzawa, KTVB
Fieros Forever, an automotive shop and museum located on Saginaw Road, housed 13 Pontiac Fieros. "It's a Fiero fix up place," Evans said. "We love the Fiero."
-- Shawn Ley, Click On Detroit
Perpetual Beer Cheese is a collaboration between Caputo Brothers Creamery, Tröegs Independent Brewing, and the Giant food stores chain, and takes a novel approach to one of key components in beer — hops — by infusing it into warm pasteurized milk like a giant tea bag.
-- Craig LaBan, Philadelphia Inquirer
Untappd users log hundreds, often thousands of time-stamped location data points. These locations are neatly sorted in over 900 categories, which can be as diverse and specific as "botanic garden." "strip club," "gay bar," "west-Ukrainian restaurant," and "airport gate." As the result of this, the app allows anyone to trace the movements of other users between sensitive locations...
-- Foeke Postma, Belligncat
Facebook is in the best position to directly benefit from the transition away from third-party cookie data. Facebook can fill the cookie gap by serving as a "digital identity" source. The digital identity will gather the behaviors of users through their embedded login, SDK and mobile application as data sources in lieu of cookie data.
-- Todd Juneau, Forbes
Two months after the cruise industry shut down amid repeated COVID-19 outbreaks on ships, more than 100,000 crew members remain trapped at sea with little reliable information about what will happen to them.
-- Taylor Dolven, Miami Herald
The Austrian, Belgian, Greek, French, Italian and Spanish securities regulators have jointly decided to end their short-selling bans that had been in place since the middle of March. Other countries including Germany and the U.K. didn’t impose bans.
-- Steve Goldstein, MarketWatch
I want a sense of groups, community, sweat, instead of bigger and bigger things sold to bigger and bigger markets, which is what's going on now. Any time any big corporation - whether it's Google or Facebook or any cultural organization you can think of - decides to monetize art or music or whatever; the first real buzzword they use is "community": "We love your community." And then they buy it, they brand it and they sell it back to you curated for a huge, expanded audience of people with their cellphones.
-- Laurie Anderson, NYT