Instacart Raises $100-Million

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Instacart Raises $100-Million

Instacart Raises $100-Million

Instacart has raised another $100 million in funding.

Business Insider reports that the $100 million will be added to the $225 million it raised in June.

The company is valued at $13.8 billion.

Instacart has been growing quickly during the coronavirus pandemic because more consumers opt for online grocery delivery.

This new funding will allow the company to scale the business further.


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Making cookies isn't always easy. Business Insider spoke to bakers and compiled a list of common mistakes people make when baking cookies. By not chilling the dough could be messing with the texture of your cookies. Overcrowding the pan can lead to some wonky cookies. Avoid overmixing or undermixing the dough. Using stale baking powder or soda might make cookies fall flat. Don't forget to adjust baking time if using dark colored baking sheets.

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Gold Reaches $2,000 For The First Time eVER [Video]

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On Tuesday, spot gold briefly touched a record high of $2,000 an ounce. Traders consider gold a "safe-haven asset." There is hope another US stimulus bill is in the works. A bill could put further liquidity into markets and weigh on rates, supporting the commodity. Business Insider reports that Gold has surged nearly 32% year-to-date.

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7-Eleven Buying Gas Station Franchise [Video]

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7-Eleven's parent company is buying Speedway gas stations in a $21 billion all-cash deal. After tax, the deal will bring in roughly $16.6 billion for Marathon Gas. Marathon hopes to use the sale to "strengthen [the] balance sheet." Business Insider reports the deal will create a 7-Eleven presence in 47 of the top 50 most populated metro areas With the addition of Speedway locations, Seven & I Holdings will have roughly 14,000 locations in the US and Canada.

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Amex Expand "Buy Now, Pay Later" Program [Video]

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Business Insider reports that American Express gave more cardholders access to its Pay It Plan It and Pay Over Time tools. Providing greater payment flexibility could boost Amex's payments volume despite the pandemic. AMEX has announced that its Green, Gold, and Platinum cardholders now have access to its Pay It Plan It offering.

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