How to Deliver Groceries Without Going Bankrupt

May 14 (Bloomberg) -- Grocery delivery? There's an app for that. Apoorva Mehta used to work at Amazon. Now, his startup Instacart is taking on Amazon's grocery delivery business. Instacart is operational in nine cities so far. The twist on this business is that they deliver from multiple stores -- in San Francisco for instance, you can choose groceries from Safeway, Whole Foods and even Costco. And it keeps costs low by using independent contractors to buy and deliver the goods instead of operating its own warehouses. Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

North Korea Holds First Party Congress in 36 Years
16:34 - North Korea is holding its first full meeting of the ruling Workers Party in 36 years, where leader Kim Jong Un will have the chance to further legitimize his power five years after the death of his father Kim Jong Il. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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