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Smithfield Foods Inc thought it was doing great. In the first quarter of this year, its earnings were up 190% over the same period in 2019. Then the pandemic hit, and the close quarters of meatpacking plants made them ideal places for the coronavirus to spread.
Millions of kids in the US headed back to school this month and most of them will be spending at least part of their class time remotely, relying on computers, tablets and fast broadband to connect with teachers.
With deep pockets, some of the best brains in robotics and its hallmark hustle, Uber Technologies Inc was once a serious contender in the race to build self-driving cars and revolutionise global transportation.
Amazon last year committed to zeroing out its carbon footprint by 2040, or eliminating the greenhouse gas emissions caused by its activities, but concedes there isn’t a clear path to that zero-carbon goal today.
Apple chief Tim Cook said on Sept 21 he views the recent increase in fires, hurricanes and floods as strong proof that climate change is real.
Like other social-media apps, TikTok makes money by keeping people watching, so it can serve them more ads.
A decade ago, some of the smartest minds at the US Department of Energy set an ambitious goal: lower the cost of battery packs to US$100 (RM414) per kilowatt-hour from more than US$1000 (RM4,135) per kWh.
The battery revolution is moving from the highway to the construction site.
For weeks, smoke has blanketed the United States west coast. For many, the only way to confront the smoke- and ash-filled days was with the help of Air Quality Index apps.
Just a few days ago, the TikTok deal looked like a win for China. Now its state-run media are denouncing it as “an American trap” and a “dirty and underhanded trick”.