Walmart tries to Spark interest in new Uber-style home grocery deliveries

September 13, 2018 Alex Lennane

Walmart is shifting into ‘Uber’ mode again. Less than three months after its collaboration with the ride-sharing firm ended, the giant retailer has embarked on a new venture that seeks to harness a pool of independent drivers.
To expand its delivery options, Walmart has teamed up with Bringg, a crowd-sourced delivery platform for the final mile, where independent drivers sign up for windows of time when they are available.
Under the Spark Delivery ...

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