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    Starbucks’ Business Model

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    Weekly News

    👉 Walmart owned Flipkart has acquired 140 acres of land to set up its largest fulfilling center in Asia in Manesar, Gurgaon.

    👉 Ecommerce platform Amazon India has partnered with Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), to provide customers facility to book reserved trains tickets on Amazon.

    👉 Paytm First Games relisted on Google play store after weeks.

    👉 Uber on Thursday announced a partnership with electric vehicle fleet operator Lithium Urban Technologies to deploy over 1,000 EVs, all sedans across Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune.

    👉 SpaceX successfully launches another Starlink mission, with over 700 satellites launched to date.

    👉 Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal ramp up logistics as Ecommerce majors prep for Festive rush.

    Companies Quarantiming

    Episode 7: Amazon

    Amazon has brought laurels in the fields of e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming and artificial intelligence.

    Episode 6: Google

    Even after the nation-wide lockdown was imposed in India, Google’s stocks continued to follow the same trend. It was not until April 29th that the company’s performance rose yet again and the decline proved to be less severe than feared by the markets.

    Episode 5: Netflix

    During the pre-lockdown period the company had been witnessing extraordinary cash flow burn. The major reason being the production of original content by the company.

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