Last week, multiple Chinese media outlets reported that online grocery company MissFresh had laid off most of its 900 employees as it cuts its core business offerings in the face of a cash flow crunch. On July 29, about 60 former MissFresh employees queued up in front of a local court in Beijing to apply for arbitrations and to claim unpaid wages. The group was also seeking compensation for the sudden termination of their employment without notice, Caixin reported. In response, Xu Zheng, MissFresh’s CEO, told Caixin that he’s been “dealing with urgent matters in the past few days.” [Caixin, in Chinese]