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Every year, video game designers spin up more exquisite and immersive virtual worlds. Players can now wander through giant, shifting landscapes that are edging closer to being indistinguishable from real life.
Survey also shows 19% are projecting business as usual
LIFE will never be the same again for small business owners. The damage inflicted upon small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by the Covid-19 pandemic will have a long-lasting impact on companies.
AS A whole, the banking sector is facing increasing pressure by the day.
IT is a fact that many businesses are crippled in the face of the current pandemic as companies struggle to keep business going. However, new opportunities are also emerging amidst the changing landscape, particularly in the tech startup space.If anything, the current crisis presents startups with a chance to relook their products and business models to cater to a new market.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - From shining the ball to celebrating a dismissal - certain things may never be the same again when cricket restarts after the novel coronavirus pandemic, Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar told Reuters.
THE weeks have passed by in a flash since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Companies have had to endure much unpredictability and distress in a short span of a little over a month as they cope with supply chain disruptions, cost increases, a plunge in demand and revenues and uncertainty about their sustainability.
AS the world battles with Covid-19 infections, a highly skilled group of people have to deal with a different kind of virus.
Facebook Inc is trying to clarify how it will handle a new wrinkle in the world of digital political advertising: politicians paying influencers to post on social media platforms like Instagram, which it owns.
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad will launch the new National Automotive Policy or NAP2020 – which is seen as crucial in raising the country’s automotive industry to the next phase of industrial competitiveness – on Feb 21.