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(Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc, PayPal Holdings Inc and Walgreens Inc on Monday said they launched an $11 million fund to provide free ride-hail trips to U.S. COVID-19 vaccination sites for people who lack access to transportation.
Despite the strongest public support and the most sympathetic president in years, the American labour movement just suffered a stinging defeat – again.
Microsoft Corp is making a massive bet on health-care artificial intelligence.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's Telesat is racing to launch a low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellite constellation to provide high-speed global broadband from space, pitting the satellite communications firm founded in 1969 against two trailblazing billionaires, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos.
(Reuters) -Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc are spending millions of dollars to provide drivers with access to COVID-19 vaccines and offering tens of millions of free or discounted rides to vaccination sites for people in communities that lack access to transportation and healthcare services.
Longstanding inequalities in the US labour market have worsened amid the coronavirus pandemic with working from home fuelling the divide, according to a Gallup report released on April 7.
Nigeria’s largest investment in solar power, Solar Power Naija, is part of the country’s Covid economic recovery plan and also a step toward solving one of its biggest problems: a lack of reliable electricity.
Asia’s most valuable company has set its sights on a billion-dollar eSports arena that already boasts more regular viewers than the National Basketball Association or the National Football League.
Man fat-shamed for a dating advertisement says ordinary men can’t meet expectations for love in China
The online bullying of Zhang Kunwei led him to publish an article saying Chinese dating standards for men are impossible to meet. But another professor reminded him that “nobody owes you a wife”.
As domestic crypto trading in Thailand saw a sixfold surge since November, its Securities and Exchange Commission, is starting to worry about risks faced by locals investing.