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(Reuters) -Amazon.com Inc on Thursday said sales growth would slow in the next few quarters as customers venture more outside the home, a tepid start to CEO Andy Jassy's reign after 27 years with Jeff Bezos at the retailer's helm.
LONDON (Reuters) -Mobile operator Vodafone reported a better-than-expected rise in first-quarter service revenue on Friday as more stores reopened and tourism made a tentative return following last year's COVID-19 disruption.
(Reuters) - Abercrombie & Fitch Co reported a bigger-than-expected 61% jump in first-quarter sales on Wednesday, as the apparel retailer benefited from shoppers returning to stores and its beefed up online business.
(Reuters) - Zynga Inc said on Wednesday it would buy mobile game ad network Chartboost and raised its full-year bookings forecast, counting on robust performance of titles such as "Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells" and the expected launch of "Farmville 3".
French children, parents and teachers are battling with Internet connection problems across the country after an abrupt nationwide switch to online learning saturated networks and embarrassed the government.
The sunset of 3G networks is moving faster than expected, says MCMC, revealing that telcos were ahead of targets for migrating customers to newer networks and turning off the older networks.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's $32 billion test and trace system has not made a significant impact on the COVID-19 pandemic and failed its key goals despite its "unimaginable" cost, a British parliamentary committee said on Wednesday.
The assignment was to capture in photographs what already weighed heavily on most everyone’s mind: The way the coronavirus pandemic had altered their lives.
With schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, millions of children in Britain are struggling to learn remotely, because of a lack of computers, Internet or quiet room to study.
The coronavirus pandemic may be raging in the Houston area, but tens of thousands of students in one district are headed back to the classroom in January because of poor results while learning from home.