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Indian lawyers have been told to smarten up their act after some appeared in virtual hearings in colourful shirts, just a vest or even while riding a scooter.
It’s only 5pm on a Saturday in Los Angeles, but the Zone — a 16-room virtual club on the videoconferencing app Zoom — is already in full swing.
If you're a lawyer in Broward County, Florida, United States, a judge wants you to avoid dressing down for telecourt appearances.
Andre Hilden, a data architecture consultant in Oakland, California, missed a memo from his company last week requiring employees to use video conferencing for all meetings while working from home.
The CES gadget show is cracking down on its dress code, introducing more sessions focused on women and minorities and creating a new “sex tech” category after a debacle over a robotic personal massager for women.
The principal of a prestigious school near St. Petersburg summoned 16-year-old Leonid Shaidurov and 14-year-old Maxim Dautov in for a chat. Then he threatened them with expulsion, a criminal probe and being blacklisted from all Russian universities.
Binance founder Zhao Changpeng is playing a game of regulatory arbitrage to grow the world’s No 1 cryptocurrency exchange wherever it is welcome.
JPMorgan Chase & Co has revamped its entry-level programme for technologists to attract more young software engineers amid a battle for top talent between Wall Street and Silicon Valley.
In a glass tower in a trendy part of China's eastern city of Tianjin, hundreds of young men and women sit in front of computer screens, scouring the Internet for videos and messages that run counter to Communist Party doctrine.
The return of former boss Nandan Nilekani to Infosys is intended as a return to normality for investors and the tech company's 200,000 employees.