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Target unveiled its new flagship food brand, Good & Gather, on Monday. Yahoo Finance's Jennifer Rogers, Myles Udland, and Dan Roberts discuss.
(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. plans to roll out the Apple TV+ movie and TV subscription service by November, part of a drive to reach $50 billion in service sales by 2020.The company will introduce a small selection of shows and then expand its catalog more frequently over several months, people familiar with the matter said. A free trial is likely as Apple builds up its library, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the plans aren’t public.The iPhone maker is entering an increasingly crowded field, led by streaming pioneer Netflix Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. In the coming months, Walt Disney Co., AT&T Inc. and Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal will debut new offerings -- all targeted at the growing ranks of viewers who are canceling cable-TV subscriptions or watching on mobile devices.With its Apple Shows Off Apple TV+ Video Service, Taking on Netflix’s first foray into video subscriptions, Apple is weighing different release strategies for shows. The company is considering offering the first three episodes of some programs, followed by weekly installments, the people said. Netflix tends to release whole seasons at once for bingeing, while AT&T’s HBO and Disney’s Hulu often release episodes weekly. The service will launch globally in over 150 countries.Apple TV+ will be one of five major digital subscription services in Apple’s portfolio, along with Apple Music, the upcoming Apple Arcade gaming service, Apple News+ and iCloud storage subscriptions. The company also generates recurring revenue from products like AppleCare extended customer service and its bank-operated iPhone upgrade program. It will also likely start pulling in revenue from the Apple Card, which began rolling out earlier this month.An Apple spokesman declined to comment.Apple hasn’t announced pricing for Apple TV+, but is weighing $9.99 a month, the people said, which would match Apple Music and Apple News+. Netflix and Amazon Prime charge as little as $8.99, while Disney+ plans to seek $6.99 when its service debuts in November.Revenue DriveApple is pushing into services to generate added revenue from its large base of iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch users. Consumers have been slower to replace hardware recently due to higher prices, market saturation, economic headwinds and a lack of breakthrough new features.Read More: Apple Faces Life After IPhone But Still Banks on the IPhoneThe company could head off a revenue slowdown by coaxing users to subscribe to the new services. Cupertino, California-based Apple could also potentially boost revenue by tying services to the iPhone upgrade program, which lets customers update to new models annually via monthly payment plans.Apple’s initial slate of shows will include “The Morning Show,” Steven Spielberg’s “Amazing Stories,” “See” with Jason Momoa, “Truth Be Told” with Octavia Spencer, and a documentary series about extravagant houses called “Home.”On Monday, the company released the second trailer for “The Morning Show,” starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell.The TV service will be part of Apple’s TV app, which comes installed on the company’s devices, and will also be accessible from third-party products, like Roku and Amazon Fire TV boxes, and Samsung televisions.In the fiscal third quarter, services represented a record 21% of Apple’s sales, while the iPhone continued to dip below 50% of the total.Analysts have suggested Apple TV+ could top 100 million subscribers in the next half-decade, which would make it a major challenger to Netflix and Amazon.The company is making a big commitment to video, including around $300 million alone to two seasons of “The Morning Show,” according to people familiar with the matter.That’s only a fraction of Netflix is expected to spend this year. Analysts forecast it will lay out more than $14 billion on films and TV shows.(Updates with geographic availability in fourth paragraph.)To contact the reporters on this story: Mark Gurman in San Francisco at firstname.lastname@example.org;Anousha Sakoui in Los Angeles at email@example.com;Lucas Shaw in Los Angeles at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Nick Turner at email@example.com, Rob GolumFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
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Target Corp’s new food label Good & Gather will be a traffic driver that helps the retailer take a bigger chunk of the food business, experts say. “Target’s announcement that it was upping its food game with its new “Good & Gather” initiative is credit-positive as it will drive additional traffic, which in turn will drive increased sales of higher-margin private and exclusive non-food items,” said Charlie O’Shea, vice president at Moody’s. Target’s (TGT) Good & Gather will be available Sept. 15 and be comprised of more than 2,000 products by the end of 2020.
Walmart Inc. said Monday that it has partnered with BuzzFeed's Tasty video site for "shoppable" recipes, which will add the entire list of ingredients into a viewer's Walmart online grocery cart. Items can be picked up at any of more than 2,500 stores nationwide, or arranged for delivery from 1,100 stores. Tasty has more than 4,000 recipes. Walmart will also launch Tasty-branded products in a number of departments including deli and frozen meats. Walmart stock is up 22.3% for the year to date while the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 12.1% for the period.
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Oil sands producer MEG Energy Corp has become the largest producer so far to call for pipeline company Enbridge Inc to scrap plans to introduce long-term, fixed-volume contracts on its Mainline system, in a letter to Canadian regulators laying out its opposition. Last month the Explorers and Producers Association of Canada, which represents smaller producers, also wrote to Canada’s National Energy Board opposing the change because of concerns it will favor larger oil producers and refiners. Enbridge's plan to switch from a monthly nomination system to "contract carriage" comes at a time when Canadian export pipelines are so constrained the Alberta government has imposed oil production curtailments and has drawn fierce criticism from small producers.
Oil sands producer MEG Energy Corp has become the largest producer so far to call for pipeline company Enbridge Inc to scrap plans to introduce long-term, fixed-volume contracts on its Mainline system, in a letter to Canadian regulators laying out its opposition. Last month the Explorers and Producers Association of Canada, which represents smaller producers, also wrote to Canada’s National Energy Board opposing the change because of concerns it will favor larger oil producers and refiners. The 2.85 million barrel-per-day Mainline is North America's largest pipeline system and a crucial conduit for Canadian producers exporting crude to the United States.
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