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MILAN (Reuters) - Small Italian car filter supplier Ecofiltri took out a state-backed loan last year, just like thousands of other businesses fighting to keep afloat during the pandemic.
As the pandemic brings about a spike in unemployment, government agencies and corporations shift to online platforms to speed up rehiring, while encouraging courses in tech.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian social-media app Koo is witnessing a surge in popularity, fuelled by politicians and others flocking to it after U.S. rival Twitter Inc refused to follow a government order to block certain content on its platform.
Google locked out artificial intelligence researcher Margaret Mitchell from its corporate systems, making her the second outspoken critic at the company to be sidelined.
(Reuters) - Black employees make up just 4% of Tesla Inc's American leadership roles and 10% of its total workforce in the country, the electric carmaker has disclosed in its first U.S. diversity report.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit women worldwide with job losses and closures of childcare centers. Yet a surprising bright spot is emerging: India’s US$200bil (RM817.26bil) technology services industry, where new rules are expected to provide female workers with a broad swath of flexible work arrangements and fresh employment opportunities.
What economic recovery? China’s delivery drivers just along for the ride as other opportunities remain elusive
Despite China’s economy seeing considerable growth in the third quarter, a large segment of its working class is still feeling effects of the pandemic. A total of 24.7% of industry-leading Meituan’s 2.95 million delivery riders had at least a bachelor’s degree at the end of July, up from 18% a year earlier.
Microsoft has announced plans to build three data centres in greater Athens, providing a badly needed investment of up to US$1bil (RM4.16bil) to the Greek economy which has been hammered by the pandemic.
A flurry of big-ticket gaming, e-commerce and telecoms announcements has focused the attention of tech investors on an unlikely destination: Poland.
China’s TikTok, Douyin, says it created 36 million jobs in the last year, with lots of livestreamers
The central government created a new job title in July for ‘online marketing professionals’, in an attempt to help the job market recover. Beijing says there are around 200 million ‘flexible workers’ in China, including a growing number of online content creators.