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Temperature checks and plexiglass barriers between desks can’t prevent one of the most dangerous workplace behaviors for the spread of Covid-19 – the irresistible desire to mingle.
Smithfield Foods Inc thought it was doing great. In the first quarter of this year, its earnings were up 190% over the same period in 2019. Then the pandemic hit, and the close quarters of meatpacking plants made them ideal places for the coronavirus to spread.
Amazon.com Inc says the one- and two-day delivery times that shoppers have come to expect should gradually return in coming weeks as the online retailer catches up from a demand surge tied to the coronavirus outbreak.
China, beset by the outbreak, was where disruptions began, but as the pandemic spread globally, so did plant closings and lockdowns. Apple, Intel and Qualcomm all point to vulnerabilities beyond China.
Gaming is experiencing an unprecedented boom right now, but behind the scenes, the coronavirus pandemic is hitting the US$150bil (RM654.09bil) industry in subtle yet significant ways — delaying crucial development, squeezing out smaller studios and disrupting the pipeline of new games heading into 2021.
On the sidelines of a digital technologies conference in Moscow on March 5, a 40-year-old Russian online gaming legend launched his latest creation: the Direct Democracy party.
Researchers at one of China's top universities have designed a robot they say could help save lives on the frontline during the coronavirus outbreak.
In the three years since becoming an agent for mobile e-commerce company Copia Global Inc, Samuel Kihara has boosted revenue at his general store fivefold, opened a second shop, bought land and a truck and moved his children to private school.
News of an alleged Amazon theft ring involving contract delivery drivers is unlikely to make a dent in the online shopping giant’s massive business, but it could alter shoppers’ behaviour in other ways.
The European Union has called on Facebook and other platforms to invest more in fact-checking, but a new study shows those efforts may rarely reach the communities worst affected by fake news.