Entrepreneur James Altucher says that New York City is dead forever. He says the forced business closures have permanently altered how business is done making it unnecessary for employees to remain in the city.
What’s happened is the world has accelerated from physical to digital across almost every industry.
We expect around one in four restaurants to close and to not be able to return because of COVID says OpenTable CEO Debby Soo. Unfortunately, now we think that number might even be conservative.
Tilman Fertitta, Landry’s chairman, and CEO talks about his frustration with the incompetence of the State of New York and the City of New York in dealing with restaurant reopenings.
Some things in the new world will change forever. Customer meetings will change forever. In the past, I never thought that I could do a Zoom call or a Teams call with the CEO of a company I’m trying to sell to.
When you say you’ve done something, say you’re cleaning the refrigerator, and you’re actually outside smoking a cigarette, I know because of geotagging that you didn’t clean that when you said you did. It’s really about accountability of duty of care.
KFC has announced it will begin using 3D bioprinting technology to create lab-grown chicken nuggets this fall in Russia.
Doordash has announced that they have partnered with Walgreens to ultimately bring the entire Walgreens store to the door of 100 million Americans.
The fact is that COVID has already accelerated everything that was taking place in the marketplace says the former co-CEO of Whole Foods, Walter Robb.
Billionaire restaurant entrepreneur and Landry’s CEO Tilman Fertitta has had it with governors and mayors and their inconsistent “yo-yo” shutdown orders on his restaurants and the economy.