Carlson has hired an investment bank to consider strategic alternatives for TGI Fridays, a long-term unit of the company, a Carlson spokesperson said. Carlson is considering a sale or other options for the American casual dining chain. The company selected Piper Jaffray as its financial advisor.
The U.S. is starting talks with Cuba to normalize full diplomatic relations and open an embassy, according to U.S. officials. The expanded relationship would also open imports of Cuban cigars somewhat, according to a CNN report. U.S. President Obama, Cuba's Raul Castro spoke separately at noon ET about relations between the two countries. Obama plans to overhaul Cuba's policy while Cuba plans to free 53 political prisoners and to allow U.S. debit and credit cards, Dow Jones reported.
@RootofGoodBlog@Walmart I think it’s the higher price when you get it shipped and the lower price is for in store or pick up. Reminding people that they’re paying more for delivery just seems so counter intuitive to driving online sales.
@Walmart I think it’s the higher price when you get it shipped and the lower price is for in store or pick up. Reminding people that they’re paying more for delivery just seems so counter intuitive to driving online sales.
@RootofGoodBlog@Walmart I think it’s the higher price when you get it shipped and the lower price is for in store or pick up. Anchoring lower and reminding people that they’re paying more to online shop just seem so counter intuitive to driving online sales
Fascinated by @Walmart pricing strategy. Makes sense to try to get customers to pick up in store. But for those who can’t/don’t want to go to physical locations, making purely online pricier (ex here 24% higher) seems like it would discourage sales. https://t.co/FnZv13sARx
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