An employee makes a pizza next to a Just Eat Plc branded delivery bag in the kitchen of The Fat Pizza takeaway pizza restaurant in Southend-on-Sea, U.K., on Thursday, Dec 19, 2019.

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LONDON — Just Eat Takeaway.com is one of Europe’s biggest food delivery companies, with a market value of $17.8 billion. But one shareholder thinks the Grubhub owner should be worth a lot more.

“JET’s deeply flawed communication has made it the worst-performing online food delivery stock over the past two years despite strong operational performance,” Cat Rock Capital said Tuesday. The

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TV presenter James Corden has been called out over a racially insensitive joke five years ago on The Late Late Show that mocked “horrific” foods like pig blood curds, chicken feet, and fish smoothies.

While the talk show host recently told Howard Stern his program would no longer use the foods in “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts”, the activist behind the cancel campaign is demanding an on-air apology and payments to Asian Americans.

Californian Kim Saira, 24, began #CancelSpillYourGuts after her TikTok video calling the 2016 segment with Jimmy Kimmel “racist af” went viral with 416,000 views and

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WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County Tourism and Economic Development Department is encouraging residents and visitors to get to know local businesses and their owners with the Faces of Tourism program.

The goal is to “highlight the many faces of the industry” within the county with the hopes that those visiting the business will share their experiences with others.

The department kicked off the program through the use of social media during National Tourism Week, which was May 2-8. The initial program included discounts at local businesses.

Every day during National Tourism Week, the department shared stories from local business owners

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relates to The Dutch Food Delivery King Is Coming to America

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The early months of the coronavirus pandemic were both a boon and a strain for U.S.-based food delivery companies. DoorDash, Grubhub, Postmates, and Uber Eats all saw a rush of business while still suffering from the dismal economics that had kept any of them from becoming profitable. It was unclear whether the lockdowns were a moment to shine or collapse.

So they started merging. In May, Uber Technologies Inc. was on the verge of acquiring Grubhub. The deal fell apart at the 11th hour, and Uber went on

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