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SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant Gojek has raised $1.2 billion for expansion, defying tech-sector turbulence and the coronavirus pandemic to secure funds to take on Grab Holdings Inc.
It started with extra hand sanitiser and wipes for keyboards and headphones. Then came the directive for employees to lug their laptops home every night just in case. Finally, the memo arrived urging all employees to work from home – just not in their pajamas.
In 2016, Seattle-based startup Turi Inc was helping almost 100 customers create and manage software that uses machine learning, a powerful type of artificial intelligence. Its technology was so promising that Apple Inc snapped it up for US$200mil (RM861.90mil).
Italian Cristian Fracassi heard about the shortage of valves used in respirators at his local hospital by word of mouth.
HONG KONG: Tencent Holdings Ltd picked up millions of new gamers during the global coronavirus outbreak - yet that surge in mobile play may be slowing as the world’s No. 2 economy goes back to work.
After one day working from home, Diana Zaslaw's neck hurt. She started Monday in her Outer Richmond house standing at the kitchen counter. Then sitting at the table. Next the couch. And finally, lying on her bed.
Do automakers investing billions in the self-driving cars of tomorrow risk repeating the same mistake they made with electric cars a decade ago?
More than 130 countries have introduced some form of restriction or tightened their border entry requirements. Last year an average of more than 14,000 people per day travelled to the US from China.
Struggling to mitigate the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, some Hong Kong companies operating on the Chinese mainland have adopted proactive strategies to offset heavy losses and keep their businesses afloat.