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North Korean hackers have targeted at least six companies in the US, UK and South Korea working on coronavirus treatments since August, Dow Jones reports, citing unidentified people familiar with the matter.
There is absolutely no question that amid the commercial carnage unleashed by coronavirus, the biggest winners have been the Silicon Valley behemoths.
Bringing shopping malls online could be the answer to a problem that’s gnawed at e-commerce for years, namely how to slash delivery costs for the “last mile” before a product reaches its buyer, according to the chief executive of Citycon Oyj.
It would be better for Silicon Valley’s social media companies if they could hold on a little longer to their fraying image as innocuous providers of cat videos and inspirational quotes, rather than under-regulated behemoths with the power to sway electorates. By putting that issue so firmly on the agenda, the Trump administration hasn’t done them any favours.
Internet companies are likely to be long-term winners from the pandemic as lockdown measures have now lasted long enough for changes in consumer behaviour to become permanent, according to Credit Suisse.
Amazon.com Inc’s talks to buy driverless vehicle startup Zoox Inc has analysts speculating the deal could save the e-commerce giant tens of billions a year and put auto, parcel and ride-hailing companies on their heels.
Amazon.com Inc is in talks to buy driverless vehicle startup Zoox Inc, according to people familiar with the matter, a deal that would accelerate the e-commerce giant’s automation efforts.
The worldwide race to protect people against unwitting coronavirus carriers intensified on April 2, pitting governments against each other in the race to buy protective gear and prompting new questions about who should wear masks, get temperature checks or even be permitted to go outside.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc is investing more than US$700mil (RM2.93bil) in South-East Asian ride-hailing giant Grab. It’s a three-way deal in which everyone gets what they currently lack.
Less than a year after Amazon.com Inc walked away from a planned headquarters in New York, the e-commerce giant has announced a significant expansion in midtown Manhattan.