• CNBC reports that "eyeglass brand Warby Parker said Tuesday it has confidentially filed for a stock market listing in the United States.
"The New York-based company said in a press release that its public listing is expected to take place after the Securities and Exchange Commission completes its review process, which is still subject to market conditions."
The story notes that "Warby Parker raised $120 million in its most recent 2020 funding round, giving it a value of $3 billion, according to PitchBook data."
• The Wall Street Journal reports that McDonald's "is rolling out a loyalty program nationally next month, the latest restaurant chain to invest in rewards for repeat customers." The move follows a successful test in some US markets.
According to the story, "Users will receive points on qualifying purchases that can be traded for items like hash browns, McNuggets, a large frappe or a McChicken sandwich, the company said Tuesday. MyMcDonald’s Rewards will be available through McDonald’s app at participating restaurants."