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Coronavirus self-isolation is fostering a growing dependency on Amazon.com Inc. But it’s also refocusing attention on the human cost of having the entire stock of the "Everything Store” merely a click and a day away from your front doorstep.
In the heart of New Delhi’s largest wholesale bazaar, merchants who normally compete with each other have united against a common enemy.
Japan's lead in advanced robotics for healthcare is driven by its demographic conundrum. More than most, the nation's population is shrinking and ageing rapidly.
You can identify companies’ sore spots by what gets them angry.
Amazon.com Inc, seeking to portray itself as a job creator fuelling small-business innovation rather than an out-of-control corporate beast that needs to be tamed, said it helped mom-and-pop companies create 1.6 million jobs in 2018, up from 900,000 the year before.
A lawsuit filed by three Philadelphia drivers could pose an existential threat to Uber, the tech giant reported in documents prepared in advance of it becoming a publicly traded company.
The rise of automation has so far had a negligible impact on jobs at a global scale, the World Bank chief economist said, despite common gloomy predictions that humans are set to be replaced by machines.
Amazon.com Inc picked America's financial and political capitals for massive new offices on Nov 13, branching out from its home base in Seattle with plans to create more than 25,000 jobs in both New York City and an area just outside Washington, D.C.
In the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, an ambulance speeds through traffic on a wave of green lights, helped along by an artificial intelligence (AI) system and big data.
With one million employees and half a dozen factories contributing 4% of the country’s export value, Foxconn’s expansion symbolises China’s role as tech manufacturing powerhouse.