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Their Businesses Went Virtual. Then Apple Wanted a Cut.

ClassPass built its business on helping people book exercise classes at local gyms. So when the pandemic forced gyms across the United States to close, the company shifted to virtual classes. Then

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As Diners Flock to Delivery Apps, Restaurants Fear for Their Future

Before the coronavirus lockdowns, Matt Majesky didn’t take much notice of the fees that Grubhub and Uber Eats charged him every time they processed an order for his restaurant, Pierogi Mountain. But

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Pandemic Forces Car Dealers to Do the Unthinkable: Sell Online

After more than a decade of getting around New York City almost exclusively by subway and bus, Nicole Avallone decided to buy a car in April after watching the rapid spread of

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T-Mobile Closes Merger With Sprint, and a Wireless Giant Is Born

A new wireless giant has entered the scene. T-Mobile and Sprint announced the closing of their $30 billion merger on Wednesday, the result of a long-in-the-works effort by both companies to speed

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He Has 17,700 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer and Nowhere to Sell Them

Elsewhere in the country, other Amazon sellers were doing the same. Chris Anderson, an Amazon seller in central Pennsylvania, said he and a friend had driven around Ohio, buying about 10,000 masks

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