July 4, 2018      2 min read

Whether you need some lunch time reads or something to get you past hump day, we’ve curated five links you’ll enjoy!

5 eCommerce Myths Debunked

Will malls really be wiped out by online stores? While the force of online retail is undeniable, here are five things many often get wrong about eCommerce.

Amazon tidying up their marketplace inventory

Amazon is trying to improve its inventory management on its marketplace, including speeding up fulfilment and delivery. On July 1, Amazon began limiting storage for sellers according to their “inventory performance index”. Those with a great score will have unlimited storage, though monthly storage fees and long-term storage fees still apply.

South Korea cuts its work limit

South Korea has the third highest number of hours worked of 37 countries, with the average person working about 38.9 hours a week. For comparison, Germany works for an average of 26 hours a week. Recently, South Korea has lowered its maximum working hours from 68 hours a week to 52 hours. How will that impact the workforce?

22 financial concepts that can be explained on a napkin

For all the financial concepts you’re too embarrassed to ask about or just can’t wrap your head around, the team at Napkin Finance have broken them down to its simplest form and illustrated it!

Ignore these terms on your food label

The food industry has been embracing transparency in their supply chain, processes, and even their labels. But as consumers, we’re inundated with information on food labels. Which ones can we ignore and what should we look out for?

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