Instacart was a godsend during the pandemic, offering shut-in consumers a way to get groceries. But things have changed. "As Instacart prepares to go public next week, it is a markedly different
company," per The New York Times. "Envisioned in 2012 as a service that matched people at home with contract workers who would shop for them and deliver groceries, it has increasingly focused
on advertising and software products as its delivery business has slowed."
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