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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Protesters in New York City staged a rolling demonstration from their cars to mark May Day on Friday, calling on the government to protect workers' rights and provide aid to help people reeling economically from the effects of the coronavirus crisis.
LONDON (Reuters) - Clorox Co posted its biggest rise in quarterly sales in a decade and raised its annual forecast on Friday as it reaped the benefits of unprecedented demand for disinfectants and bleach during the COVID-19 pandemic, sending its shares up.
JOHOR BARU: Malaysian workers, who chose to remain in Singapore during the present lockdown, are now living in fear as there are cases of bosses looking for excuses to terminate their employment.
GEORGE TOWN: Home tailor Rozana Rusli is enjoying brisk business despite the ongoing movement control order (MCO), thanks to her customers’ orders in preparation for the upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
BEIJING (Xinhua): Starting Friday (May 1) Beijing will join a club of Chinese cities to carry out mandatory garbage sorting in new efforts to protect the environment.
Self-driving cars, trucks, sidewalk robots and shuttles are rolling out of the labs and parking garages and onto American streets to help deliver groceries, meals, and medical supplies.
THREE tertiary students are putting their time during the movement control order (MCO) to good use by setting up businesses as well as charitable ventures.
Contrary to some complaints of bad experiences, Roshini Ashok Kumar describes her two-week isolation as an interesting staycation
A PENANG businessman has taken the initiative to place food cages at a few grocery shops in Balik Pulau for customers to donate groceries and other essential items.