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Class of Covid graduates are likely to have a harder time than students who graduated just one or two years earlier, and their personal experiences provide a window into the post-pandemic economy.
Geoff Woolf gave his sons a love for literature. When he got sick with Covid-19, they turned to books to help him – and others.
The trend toward robots and computers taking jobs people have held is getting a big push from Covid-19.
While social media is credited for letting people express themselves in creative ways, it also has a problematic side as it can be used to spread harmful misinformation.
US president Donald Trump on Aug 14 ordered the Chinese owner of the popular music video app TikTok to sell its US assets, citing national security grounds and delivering the latest salvo in his standoff with Beijing.
TikTok and its US employees are planning to take US president Donald Trump’s administration to court over his sweeping order to ban the popular video app, according to a lawyer preparing one of the lawsuits.
Boris Johnson’s UK government is restarting trials of its much-delayed coronavirus-tracing app, after a previous effort was abandoned, with a focus on privacy and helping people to track their own movements.
Uber Technologies Inc chief executive officer Dara Khosrowshahi’s warning that the company may have to temporarily shut down in California is textbook strategy for the ride-hailing giant: When adverse court rulings hit, appeal to the public for support and seek to delay regulatory action.
As Covid-19 infections across India rise beyond the two-million mark, the country’s energy companies are coming up with novel solutions to keep the virus at bay and their operations running.
Being forced to classify drivers as employees could temporarily idle Uber operations in its home state of California, the ride-sharing firm’s chief said on Aug 12.