· Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. (MGIC) CEO Guy Bernstein on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We are struggling in terms of translating the operating level to the bottom line, and therefore, we are trying to improve that.
The New York Times
· Outcry Over Cummings Turns Public Against Johnson for 1st Time →
For all of Mr. Johnson’s struggles in handling the coronavirus, the British public had been patient with him.
· Walmart: Cracks Appear In The Facade →
What's quite incredible is that analysts continue to expect high-single-digit growth in profits for Walmart in the out years despite the fact that it has had year, literally years, of struggles with margins.
The New York Times
· 12 Restaurants America Loves. With Recipes! →
After Mayor Eric Garcetti halted dine-in service across Los Angeles, Mr. Funke struggled with the decision that faced everyone in the industry: to close, or pivot to a new business model.
· Brookfield Property Partners And Retail Crisis →
They have already announced a $5 billion Retail Revitalization Program (through one of BAM’s private funds) to bring capital and operational assistance to struggling retailers.
· Navios Maritime Partners: To Diversify Or Not →
As investors, we have to struggle with many challenges on the way.
· HelloFresh: Testament To The Viability Of Meal-Prep Business →
In the US, despite many concerns regarding the viability of the business model considering the Blue Apron's (APRN) struggle, HelloFresh even overtook it as a market leader with over €1 billion in revenue and has also turned profitable there.
· Boot Barn Earnings Look Bearish →
Add in debt on the balance sheet and thin margins, and Boot Barn potentially has a few years' worth of struggles ahead.
· Tory unrest increases pressure on PM to sack Dominic Cummings →
Downing Street has not yet announced a replacement for Ross – and could struggle to find another supportive Scottish Tory MP.
· Which major retail companies have filed for bankruptcy since the coronavirus pandemic hit? Here's the list. →
Falling consumer demand, reduced entertainment spending, and stay-at-home orders mandating certain businesses stay closed continue to take their toll on a retail industry that has been struggling for the past several years as consumers pivot to online shopping.