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PRoduce, Puerto Rican Project Is Recognized in the James Beard Awards
The digital market PRoduce was recognized as a project of leadership and resilience in times of crisis
Long Beach Vons Hits Market for $43M
A Vons supermarket on the edge of Downtown Long Beach is up for sale with a listing price that seeks a premium of nearly 50 percent from what it fetched two years ago.
OHSU reveals designs for major hospital expansion on the hill - Portland Business Journal
Oregon Health & Science University unveiled plans on Friday for a $650 million hospital expansion that will break ground next year and add up to 184 new patient beds when construction is completed in 2026.
Amazon Logistics sued for $15M for Portland-area 'unsafe working conditions,' driver injuries - Portland Business Journal
Two delivery companies that contracted with Amazon Logistics Inc. in the Portland area have filed a $15 million lawsuit against the logistics company.
Fifteen-Minute Grocery Delivery Has Arrived. Does NYC Need It?
In the past few months, New Yorkers have been bombarded by billboards, flyers, and Citi Bike ads from grocery delivery apps like Buyk, Fridge No More, Jokr, 1520, Gorillas, and Go Puff.
The 38 Best Restaurants in Barcelona
Where to find Mediterranean seafood, crisp paella, perfect tapas, and aged steaks carved tableside in the Catalan capital
New Digital Companies, Old Ad Habits
I don't have anything against ads. They make it more affordable for us to watch "Monday Night Football" and read The New York Times. I love a well-made weepy TV commercial.
This Company Delivers Bay Area Favorites Like Manresa Bread and Wise Sons for $5
Over the course of the pandemic, the true cost of the convenience of third-party delivery apps for restaurants and workers has entered the mainstream consciousness, leading many diners on a (mostly futile) quest to find an ethical, or at least more ethical, way to get their favorite restaurant food delivered without relying on the Giants of Delivery.
German activists sold a far-right party millions of fake election flyers. A court battle could be next.
"Reliable, on time and inexpensive": That's what the flier company promoting its printing and delivery services promised. Germany's far-right party was sold.