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Google is postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-October and rolling out a policy that will eventually require everyone to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened in an attempt to fight the spreading Delta variant.
The global cyberattack that has been wending its way across continents since June 27 started creating real consequences at some businesses even as the virus’s spread seemed to be abating.
The founder of China's ByteDance has for years aspired to make ByteDance the first Chinese firm to rival US Internet giants on the global stage. On March 12 Zhang Yiming made a key move to achieve that.
As restaurants and bars across the United States shut their doors and lay off their staff in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, America’s famed service culture is moving online — with regulars paying their out-of-work waiters, favourite bar staff, and even total strangers via virtual tip jars.
China, beset by the outbreak, was where disruptions began, but as the pandemic spread globally, so did plant closings and lockdowns. Apple, Intel and Qualcomm all point to vulnerabilities beyond China.
Managing complex digital workflows will be critical to providing employees the services and experiences needed to do their jobs seamlessly and efficiently in the next normal.
Apple on Aug 19 became the first US company to reach US$2 trillion (RM8.35 trillion) in market value in the latest demonstration of how tech giants have benefitted from the upheaval of the coronavirus.
In South Korea, some of the world’s biggest food delivery firms are scrambling to surf an estimated $4 billion wave of new orders, contracting thousands of new riders in a boom triggered by the scourge of the global economy - the coronavirus pandemic.
Standard Bank Group Ltd, Africa’s largest lender by assets, is planning to scale-up some of its operations on the continent and further digitise its systems to fend off fintech firms encroaching on its client base.