Do you want buy some popcorn with that?

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According to the Washington Post, AMC will allow customers to pay for popcorn and movie tickets with bitcoin by the end of the year. Questions: What has happened to AMC’s stock price since the first of the year? As of this week, how many AMC movie tickets could be bought with a single bitcoin? AMC… Read more »

Not a Greek Salad

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According to the New York Times, Taboola, a company with catchy clickbait links, previously planned to merge with its chief rival. Now it plans to go public on its own. Questions: When do companies advertising through Taboola pay? What is the Taboola platform described as? What are the concerns that Taboola has in common with… Read more »

Planning Ahead: Kroger’s Limit of 5

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According to BusinessInsider.com, Kroger said it was limiting orders of some items to “due to high demand and to support all customers.” Questions: Kroger’s is the largest supermarket chain in the U.S. How many stores does it have? Which type of orders does the limit of five apply to? Do you think this is a… Read more »