Amazon starts selling Whole Foods products online
This week Amazon started selling hundreds of Whole Foods products products on its website, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Buying Whole Foods was a way for Amazon to bolster its online grocery shopping business.
Here’s what Whole Foods products Amazon is selling, according to the Journal:
The new Whole Foods category on Amazon.com for customers of AmazonFresh, its online grocery-delivery service, displays nearly 900 results for everything from $4.99 organic vanilla ice cream to $6.99 creamy almond butter. On Amazon’s Prime Now app, which offers faster delivery, about 90 products are available to start. Amazon said previously it would add other private label brands to its selection.”
New Uber CEO says they will go public as soon as 2019
Uber Technologies Inc.’s new CEO told employees that he is aiming for an initial public offering as soon as 2019, according to several media reports.
Dara Khosrowshahi set an IPO timeline of between 18 and 36 months, according to the Wall Street Journal. The company repotedly had losses of over $3 billion last year and setting this timeline will give Khosrowshahi time to shore up the company’s finances.
Bloomberg: The high-end iPhone won’t have a home button
Bloomberg has a story on what changes to expect in the high-end iPhone. Expect the elimination of a home button and a device that is almost “all screen.”
Apple is preparing three new iPhones next month and one of the models “packs in enough changes to make it one of the biggest iPhone updates in the product’s decade-long history,” Bloomberg reports.
The overall size of the device will be close to the iPhone 7’s size, Bloomberg says.
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