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I'm a 61-year-old Instacart shopper who drives an average of 25,000 miles a year delivering groceries. This spring my car looked like a medical supply store.


Why big brands are betting on nostalgia and bringing back old mascots and campaigns


Amazon's e-commerce advertising dominance is under threat from Walmart and Instacart



How to cancel an Instacart order and get a refund if there was an issue with your items


10 huge companies, from Amazon to UPS to Home Depot, that are each looking to hire at least 20,000 people


Uber and Lyft say the battle over AB-5 is about preserving flexibility for part-time gig workers. The reality is their businesses have become dependent on full-time drivers and they can't afford to pay them like employees.



Doordash is coming for Instacart's bacon, with new grocery delivery options


Walmart's newest Instacart partnership bolsters the retailer's same-day delivery offerings – and takes dead aim at Amazon's Whole Foods


Jeff Bezos will tell Congress that Amazon's size is a good thing, and that it faces plenty of competition from rivals like Walmart: 'Just like the world needs small companies, it also needs large ones'


Instacart user data is reportedly being sold online, but the company denies there was a breach


Instacart raises another $100 million in funding to expand further during the US online grocery boom


Instacart founder Apoorva Mehta is now a billionaire, Forbes says



I'm prepared for a future where I never pay cash and rarely go to the store


Instacart's army of shoppers has exploded from 180,000 to 500,000 since the start of the pandemic — and some workers say it's making the job more difficult for everyone


Amazon employees say they're scared to go to work, but they're not alone — here are 9 big companies facing worker criticism over their coronavirus safety response


An unprecedented coalition of Amazon, Walmart, FedEx, Target, Instacart, and Whole Foods workers is planning to strike over pandemic working conditions



Apps like Words with Friends and Houseparty saw a huge resurgence in March — here's the full list of apps users are downloading while stuck at home


Instacart hired 300,000 new workers in one month. Now it's bringing on 250,000 more as it grapples with a surge in demand.


Grocery and food delivery apps are increasingly crucial amid coronavirus, but these may be out of reach for the most vulnerable Americans during the pandemic


Instacart customers are baiting workers by enticing them with hefty tips and then removing the money once an order is complete