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Meet the newest trend in full-service trip planning: surprise travel. You won’t find out where you’re going until it’s time to go.
Americans are born with an entrepreneurial streak. It’s in our DNA. From the Gold Rush to the Industrial Revolution to the Internet Age, intense periods of innovation have molded our economy and sparked important societal advancements.
Today, more than 15.3 million people in the U.S., or nearly 10 percent of the labor force, work for themselves. And there is always room in the market for new ideas, products, services and multi-million-dollar success stories — if one knows where to look.
The biggest new addition is better support for Lens in restaurants. You can point your phone’s camera at a menu, and Lens will automatically highlight popular dishes at the restaurant, and selecting individual dishes will show you photos and reviews from Google Maps. Then, when it comes time to pay, you can point your camera at the bill and Google Lens will bring up a menu to help you calculate a tip and split the bill.
Like meal kits, grocery delivery service options have proliferated to the point where we’re spoiled for choices—so determining the best grocery delivery app or online service can be tricky, and varies from person to person. But we’re here to help.
It’s an old saw, yet blatantly true: we must eat to live—ergo, we must procure food. Even urban dwellers can grow some of it at home, but the majority of us have to go grocery shopping. Luckily, we live in an age where we can buy groceries online, from pet food to pantry items. Many supermarkets offer their own delivery or pick-up options, but there are also a number of other grocery delivery apps and services, each with their own pros and cons. There may not be an overall best grocery delivery service that gets the #GOAT, but there’s definitely one that will appeal most to you.
Car rental company Enterprise announced a new program that will allow participants car rentals, insurance and roadside assistance for $1,500 per month.
“Subscribe With Enterprise” is a test program, currently only available to drivers in Minnesota, Missouri, and Nevada.
“We’re starting out in just three states to make sure we have enough time to develop a deep understanding of the subscription process and consumer preferences,” Randal Narike, Enterprise’s executive vice president of operations, said in a statement.
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New York has once again topped the list in an annual ranking of the world’s most expensive cities for business travel. The city’s pricey hotel rooms propelled it into the top spot for a second year in a row, according to data complied by management consultants ECA International.
Of all the meaningless terms in the food labeling world—and there are a lot—”natural” might be one of the worst. The Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) …