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Slavery survivors in India are using WhatsApp groups to raise awareness about coronavirus among their peers in villages where many former bonded labourers are unaware of the pandemic.
Amazon.com Inc on March 25 said it temporarily would not require sellers in its marketplace to repay loans it had made to them, as merchants confront the prospect of declining sales during the coronavirus pandemic.
Isolated with his family at home in San Francisco, Uber chief executive officer Dara Khosrowshahi has been making pleading phone calls to members of Congress. Khosrowshahi is asking for a bailout – not for his company, which has told investors it should have at least US$4bil (RM17.54bil) in cash by the end of the year – but for its idle drivers.
Indonesian ride-hailer and payments firm Gojek is experiencing a rise in food delivery orders but a fall in rides across South-East Asia, as it readies measures to help merchants and drivers deal with the coronavirus outbreak.
The sun lights the way to a bright future that will allow houses and companies to power up without having to entirely depend on electricity generated by fossil fuel.
Kenyan lawmakers are starting an investigation of digital credit apps, which one member of the National Assembly called a "social menace” that has destroyed many livelihoods.
How bitcoin and other digital coins are defined could shape how they are regulated around the world.
Indonesia is both a challenge and multi-billion dollar opportunity for fintech firms that are riding its mobile Internet boom and aiming to sell financial services.
How a video game uses magical realism to reframe the way Americans think about debt and homelessness
When the nearly decade-long journey of Kentucky Route Zero began with a crowdfunding campaign in 2011, it was pitched as a surrealist road adventure with a retro look and a folksy tone, the sort of point-and-click-styled game that went out of favor in the early 1990s but was finding new life as a niche independent product.
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.