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There is no question that we are all more dependent on technology than ever. So what happens when that tech does not work?
NEW YORK (Reuters) - There is no question that we are all more dependent on technology than ever. So what happens when that tech does not work?
DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Co shares jumped on Tuesday to their highest level since the company's post-bankruptcy IPO in 2010, as the automaker announced its entry into the growing electric delivery vehicle business.
Ride-hail and delivery drivers are suing to invalidate the California ballot measure approved in November that declared them independent contractors, the latest volley in the state’s years-long struggle over whether gig workers are employees.
LONDON (Reuters) - Indian fintech giant PayTM may turn profitable this year as the pandemic fuels a surge in the use of its payment platforms, the company's chief executive and founder told the Reuters Next conference.
The work-from-home phenomenon has triggered a fresh frustration for US corporations: Americans are blowing the whistle on their employers like never before.
Airbnb and Google on Jan 13 unveiled steps aimed at heading off attacks on US democracy as inauguration day neared for President-elect Joe Biden.
YouTube is reviewing US President Donald Trump’s account the same as any other, meaning he will not be banned unless he violates the service’s policies three times in 90 days, said Sundar Pichai, chief executive of Google parent Alphabet Inc, on Jan 13.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Among the first in the queue for coronavirus vaccines in Indonesia has been one conspicuous group - social media influencers.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Thursday unveiled the first Galaxy S smartphone with a stylus for on-screen work called the S Pen, more than a month ahead of its usual annual release schedule for models of its flagship compact phone.