Hayley Peterson, Business Insider

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Past articles by Hayley:

Inside a UPS driving school that teaches 129,000 drivers

UPS delivers more than 5.5 billion packages each year. It runs 12 driving schools, teaching its 129,000 drivers safe driving and delivery methods. → Read More

Quibi reveals why it failed in a somber letter offering 'a profound apology' to employees and investors

"Quibi is not succeeding," founder Jeffrey Katzenberg and CEO Meg Whitman said in a public letter on Wednesday. → Read More

The average Chick-fil-A makes $6.5 million per year and has the lowest startup fee of any national fast-food restaurant — but there's a catch

Chick-fil-A is among the most successful fast-food chains in the US, and the company pays for all startup costs. → Read More

Two charts show Amazon's explosive growth as the tech giant prepares to add 133,000 workers amid record online sales

As of September 15, 2020, Amazon boasts a workforce of about 876,000 full-time and part-time workers. → Read More

WALMART PLUS ARRIVES: The retail giant unveils its long-anticipated $98 annual membership offering free grocery delivery and fuel discounts as an alternative to Amazon Prime

Walmart is launching Walmart Plus nationwide on Tuesday. Members will get free same-day delivery on orders of more than 160,000 items. → Read More

Amazon will pay you a $1,000 sign-on bonus to work for the company in these 28 cities

A review of Amazon's jobs site identified job postings in at least 28 cities advertising the $1,000 sign-on bonus. → Read More

Walmart says it's still in talks with TikTok as an Oracle deal moves forward

Walmart, which had been working with Microsoft on a TikTok bid, says it's still interested in investing in the video app. → Read More

Peloton CEO says the company plans to start selling used bikes and treadmills, and could also offer rental options

Peloton CEO John Foley said the company will launch a certified pre-owned program "in the coming years." → Read More

'I don't think the traffic is ever coming back to where it was': Ex-Whole Foods CEO reveals his predictions for the future of grocery shopping

Walter Robb said he expects grocery stores to generate 40% to 50% of sales from digital channels within eight to 10 years. → Read More

Walmart just launched a toy website that will occupy your kids for hours

Walmart's new "Wonder Lab" allows kids to virtually unbox and play with toys ahead of the holiday season. → Read More

Top Walmart exec reveals the company's playbook for taking on Amazon Prime with its new $98 delivery service

Walmart Chief Customer Officer Janey Whiteside is the head of Walmart Plus, a membership program offering free delivery on groceries, toys, and more. → Read More

Walmart says these will be the 36 toys every kid wants this holiday season

Walmart said it's seeing new trends in its top toys that are related to the pandemic and the extra time that kids are spending at home. → Read More

'It was like the Willy Wonka golden ticket': Amazon customer reveals his first experience inside the tech giant's new invite-only grocery store that's nothing like Whole Foods

We got an exclusive look inside Amazon's new grocery store from one of the few customers allowed inside until the location opens to the public. → Read More

Walmart wants to turn TikTok's Gen Z users into loyal shoppers — and it's willing to buy TikTok to do it

The world's largest retailer has for years been focused on attracting younger and more urban customers. → Read More

Walmart confirms it's working with Microsoft in bid to acquire TikTok's US business

Walmart is the latest US company on a list of interested parties that includes Oracle, Twitter, and a group of ByteDance's US investors. → Read More

Dick's Sporting Goods is dominating the pandemic shopping wars by seizing on a new wave of customers

Dick's Sporting Goods' same-store sales jumped 20.7%, even with about 15% of its stores closed during the second quarter. → Read More

A regional supermarket chain just filed for bankruptcy despite surging grocery sales

The owner of Kings Food Markets and Balducci's, said the pandemic has boosted grocery sales but they "will not persist indefinitely." → Read More

The discount grocer Lidl is opening 50 new stores. See if it's coming to your town.

Lidl plans to invest more than $500 million into the new stores and hire about 2,000 people, the company said. → Read More

The pandemic is ramping up the war between Amazon, Walmart, and Target, and making them more powerful than ever

Amazon, Walmart, and Target are thriving while dozens of other retailers are closing stores and filing for bankruptcy. → Read More

Walmart and Target CEOs say uncertainty looms even as sales skyrocket

"There's just so much uncertainty today," Target's CEO said Wednesday, echoing similar remarks by Walmart's CEO a day earlier. → Read More