CHECKOUT COUNTER: Nespresso bets on Zim
Nestlé’s Nespresso unit expects to start selling limited-edition Zimbabwe coffee capsules to global consumers next year
1. Hacking: Uber coughs up Uber will pay $148m and tighten data security after the ride-hailing company failed to notify drivers that hackers had stolen their personal information. The San Francisco-based company reached the agreement with all 50 US states and the District of Columbia after a huge data breach in 2016. Uber failed to disclose the leak for more than a year after discovering it.
2. Amazon touts its best Amazon has opened a new store that sells only its best products. The store is located in Manhattan’s SoHo neighbourhood in New York and is called Amazon 4-Star. It features items customers have rated four stars and above, as well as products that the website’s data shows are trending and on customers’ wish lists...