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With the rise of workplace perks like unlimited paid vacation and flexible work-from-home policies, it would be fair to assume freedom and autonomy are of utmost importance to today's workers.
Facebook Inc and other global companies including LG Electronics Inc and Standard Chartered Plc are restricting travel to China, as the death toll from a flu-like virus rose above 100 on Jan 28.
Coronavirus: Working from home a new, occasionally frustrating, experience for Hongkongers used to rhythms of office life
One civil servant is learning how to get the job done at the dining room table – when his kids aren’t commandeering the computer. Working remotely, flexible schedules already a reality at growing number of Hong Kong businesses.
Chinese short video app Bilibili has launched a series of music events for people forced to stay at home in China due to the spread of novel coronavirus.
Sinolinks predicted that Honor Of Kings would reach between 120 million and 150 million daily active users during the holiday season. In the six days to Jan 29, Tencent’s Trusted Doctors platform handled 1.21 million online consultations nationwide.
Deliveroo, Foodpanda enjoy brisk orders in Hong Kong as coronavirus scare entrenches eat-at-home habit
Food delivery firms are enjoying strong demand as coronavirus outbreak, social unrest entrench eat-at-home habit. Deliveroo and Foodpanda are taking advantage by expanding in Hong Kong by opening more kitchens to reach a wider base of customers.
Single mother-of-two Sara Faizi from Afghanistan faced a dead end when she arrived in Bulgaria in 2018: the former bank branch operations manager needed a job but neither spoke the local language nor had any contacts.
Virus-phobia has sent hundreds of millions of Chinese flocking to online working options.
China’s coronavirus outbreak is putting the country’s market infrastructure to the test like never before, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of a decade-long effort to digitise nearly every aspect of securities trading.
China’s highest-flying technology startups are struggling to stay afloat after the coronavirus outbreak threatened to paralyse critical venture capital funding.