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MILAN (Reuters) - Small Italian car filter supplier Ecofiltri took out a state-backed loan last year, just like thousands of other businesses fighting to keep afloat during the pandemic.
Apple Inc lost an early round in a discrimination lawsuit brought in the US by a female engineer from India who says her two managers – one from her country, the other from Pakistan – treated her as they would in their own countries: as a subservient.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - NASA engineers plan to send a miniature helicopter whirring just above the surface of Mars next month in an interplanetary aviation experiment that, if successful, would mark the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft on another celestial body.
Somehow, users on social media can relate to a giant container vessel being stuck at the Suez canal.
Working from home can become a pain in the neck, literally, but it doesn’t have to be with the right technology and techniques.
Standard Chartered Plc will formalise a hybrid working model for most of its UK staff this week as it moves forward with a sweeping overhaul of its working practices in the wake of the pandemic.
Próspera is the first project to gain approval from Honduras to start a privately governed charter city, under a national programme started in 2013. It has its own constitution of sorts and a 3,500-page legal code with frameworks for political representation and the resolution of legal disputes, as well as minimum wage (higher than Honduras’s) and income taxes (lower in most cases).
Providing constructive feedback to dispersed workers during a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic that has disrupted regular business can feel impossible. Some companies have seized on new tools built on artificial intelligence to monitor their employees.
A California man has been charged with stabbing his mother and uncle to death in an attack that the woman’s co-workers witnessed on a Zoom call, prosecutors said on March 29.