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BENGALURU (Reuters) - Indian outsourcing giant Infosys Ltd told employees last week they could resume work from offices, according to a memo seen by Reuters that offers an early sign of the country's $190 billion technology services sector moving to get back on track.
Forbes China names Alibaba founder Jack Ma country’s most generous entrepreneur in 2020, as tech giants top charity list
Jack Ma donated nearly US$500mil in 2020, a year that ended with his companies Alibaba and Ant Group facing mounting regulatory pressure from Beijing. Tencent founder Pony Ma and ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming also made the top five, with China’s tech industry becoming the most charitable for the year.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - During a televised session with ordinary Russians last month, a woman pressed President Vladimir Putin on high food prices.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Few athletes would have had a more eventful buildup to the Tokyo Olympics than Ukrainian Elina Svitolina and Gael Monfils of France.
EVIA, Greece (Reuters) - Climber Tassos Baltas points up at a 22-metre high mast which is monitoring wind speeds on the summit of a rocky hillside on the Greek island of Evia and declares, "This mast which has been installed next to us is an omen of catastrophe."
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LONDON: Copper on Tuesday recouped some of its losses from the previous session, when surging coronavirus infection rates triggered a sell-off of assets like metals, equities and oil that benefit from economic growth.
BEIJING: Couples in certain parts of China hoping to have a third child can go ahead with their family expansion plan and apply for official documents later after the new rules are formally in place, family planning authorities said.
NEW YORK: The United States bond market has been sounding an alarm over the direction of the economy for weeks, and some investors are wondering whether stocks will follow suit as markets approach a late summer period that has historically been marked by volatility.
Oil rose above US$69 a barrel on Tuesday, recouping some of the previous session's 7% slide, as a tight physical market pushed aside concerns about rising Covid-19 infections weakening the demand outlook and higher OPEC+ supply.