Cars Hellofresh with more sales and leap into profit zone
Trafford Centre forced to say it is FULL and turn shoppers away
Drivers were greeted with electronic boards saying 'centre full' as they arrived at the Greater Manchester retail hub on Sunday afternoon. Queue's of shoppers tried to get into the Trafford Centre to snap up some bargains, as shops remained open in the Tier 3 city. On Boxing Day, in places spared Tier 4 restrictions and the closure of all non-essential shops, hardy bargain hunters took to high streets from as early as 4am.In Leicester, which is a Tier 3 city, around 200 people had formed a socially distanced queue by 5.50am outside a branch of Next.
The cook box mail order company Hellofresh has achieved its goals for 2020 and met the expectations of analysts thanks to unbridled demand for its products.Even regardless of the crisis, Hellofresh boss Dominik Richter is counting on the
long-term success of his companyBottom line, Hellofresh made the leap into the profit zone. After a loss of 7.4 million euros in the previous year, the group now achieved a result of 350.9 million euros. in mid-December, the company raised its forecast for 2020 and dared to take a look at 2021. Sales in the current year, adjusted for currency effects, are expected to increase by 20 to 25 percent. In addition, the adjusted EBITDA margin should be between nine and twelve percent. The key figures already include the purchase of ready-made meal manufacturer Factor75 in the USA, it said. dpa
Jamie Lee Curtis won't return for Knives Out sequel .
Jamie Lee Curtis has revealed that she and her fictional family will not return for the 'Knives Out' sequel.Following the announcement that Netflix will finance two follow-up movies to the 2019 film, Jamie Lee Curtis has revealed that her on-screen alter-ego Lynda Drysdale, the daughter of wealthy mystery writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer), and her extended family will not have a role in the upcoming movies.