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Technology Stocks : Peer-to-Peer, Gig and On-Demand Economies

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To: Glenn Petersen who wrote (828)2/22/2021 11:02:45 AM
From: Kirk ©   of 845
 
Can you imagine if the post office, FedEx or UPS charged for delivery based on the value of what was shipped?

You hear stories of people ordering a cup of coffee, milkshake or a small burger and fries that is delivered with some "samples" taken from it. My guess is the drivers were paid as a percentage so the fee and tip didn't pay for their gas so they ate a few fries or sipped some of the milk shake. The restaurants would probably do much better charging a fixed delivery fee added to their regular prices (perhaps based on miles driven) where they let the drivers keep the whole fee. I'd order MORE to get over the delivery fee just as when I get Chinese takeout now I order enough for a couple of meals so I can justify the time to drive and higher cost vs cooking my own food.
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