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Costco App- Benefits

Costco  Costco is an American multinational company running a worldwide chain of membership-only retail stores. Costco has emerged as the fifth largest retailer in the world. Costco has continuously focused on expanding its business activities and turning itself into a globally renowned brand. The primary focus of Costco is to increase the footfall of members […]

Why did Vine shut down?

Vine is a platform where users can share short looping videos. The category where this platform was placed was referred to as social media; it started its operation in 2012. The platform’s shutdown was based on various reasons, which would be explained in detail in this piece. However, many people had the most obvious question: […]

Why is Vertical Integration Bad?

In every business, there will be times to take drastic decisions to gain more profit or reputation. Integration is one such process in which you decide to alter your business concerning the market needs. But vertical integration is sometimes an unnecessary risk that may put various aspects of a business in jeopardy. Know more about vertical […]

Are DMVs open on the weekends?

The DMV is a department within the California Department of Motor Vehicles. It handles all forms of vehicle registration, driver’s licenses and vehicle titles, and other related services, such as vehicle safety inspections and vehicle registration renewals. What is a DMV? To an untrained observer, the term “DMV” may not be very familiar. However, you […]

Is Sierra Trading Post out of Business?

This article will help you update about Sierra Trading Post, known for good quality of products at reasonable prices, providing various products like clothing, fitness, home décor, camping, fishing, and many more. Established in 1986 in a nominal warehouse in Reno, it was a catalog company that flourished enough to build a 340,000 sq. ft […]

Immigrants Like Me Will Be Crucial to Economic Recovery

As a teenager in Senegal, West Africa, I grew up watching American sitcoms like Beverly Hills 90210, and lots of MTV. The television version of the American Dream was beautiful, overflowing with fun and opportunity. What young Senegalese youth wouldn’t want to exchange French colonial rule for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in […]

Black Women Is The Business: Seven Bay Area Business Owners Talk On How They Make an Impact

As we round out to the end of February—a month that holds and makes space for so much cultural history. We asked some of Oakland and San Francisco’s prolific women of color business owners what impact they want to impart on our cities. Where do they find strength to keep going? Their inspirations? And who […]

#SaveSmall: Church Barber Launches New Pomades And Wearables As Shop Closes For Shelter-in-Place

Welcome to this small column produced by the Bob Cut intern staff. We posted to our social media giving brands, artists, and small business free space to promote whatever they need in a time where the federal government and the local levels won’t offer relief though expecting small businesses to close. So enjoy the promotions […]

Independent Organization in Oakland Needs Support To Help Struggling Businesses Build ‘Lifeline’ Parklets

Parklets aren’t cheap — by any stretch of the imagination. Many in the Bay Area, even before factoring in the cost of permit fees, can cost upwards of $10,000. But in a time marked by social distancing and rising COVID-19 cases (that are linked toward indoor activities), they’ve become essential for businesses to build, should […]

Pointed Opinion: Business Closures Are A Direct Influence Of Little To No Community From The Neighborhood

Yes, you’ve read that title right. It’s our exact theory on why businesses close, especially in this time of pandemic where community support is so vital. Though on Bob Cut, we’re never one to write about businesses closures—It’s a sad, difficult, and draining process on everyone’s fronts. Though to inform the reader post-death, it feels […]

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