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Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Looks to the Military for Meal Tech


MATS was developed by researchers at Washington State University and is currently being bought by the startup 915 Labs, which is based in Denver.

While Blue Apron could blame AMZN for its abysmal results, the company announced that it had encountered „unexpected complexities” with its automated New Jersey warehouse, including high training costs of employees.

Blue Apron also admitted to having trouble shipping orders on time and in full, causing their customer base to drop 9%.

Much like petroleum 150 years ago, lithium power may soon shake the world, creating millionaires and reshaping geo-politics.

With battery prices plummeting and charging stations set to multiply, one company stands out as the #1 stock to buy according to Zacks research.



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