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Work from home, call for meals: food delivery platforms provide lifeline to Hong Kong’s empty restaurants
Deliveroo, Foodpanda and Uber Eats report a surge in orders, eateries signing up. Hit by hard times, top-end restaurants and cafes start offering home deliveries too.
As the coronavirus-induced lockdown begins to ease in Europe and the US and people begin to confront the realities of returning to a changed office environment, Spotify has told its employees in all territories that they are free to work from home until next year.
Chinese gaming giant NetEase has reportedly asked staff at its Beijing office to work from home after an employee tested positive for Covid-19. NetEase’s Beijing office is near those of several other major Chinese internet companies including Tencent and ByteDance.
Cybersecurity firm Avast said on Aug 12 that it expected full-year organic revenue to grow at the upper end of its forecast after a strong first half, underpinned by the work-from-home trend.
Yahoo!'s telecommuting ban sparked nationwide outrage, but left Silicon Valley wondering what the fuss was all about.
The Great Work-From-Home Experiment is upon us. Not just for a day or two, but potentially for weeks.
When the novel coronavirus started spreading across Asia in January, forcing the world’s largest work-from-home experiment, not many knew what to expect, least of all Bloomberg’s 400-plus journalists in the region. Six weeks later (and counting), only now are some starting to return to the office.
Covid-19: Hong Kong’s civil servants battling 21st-century disease with 20th-century technology and bosses stuck in the past
Many have neither hardware nor software needed to work from home. Meanwhile, low-tech managers spurn virtual meetings and insist on seeing staff face to face.
With the exception of outdoor exercise and quick, furtive dashes to the corner grocery store, swathes of Northern California have now been sheltering in place for more than a month.