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Many business owners are changing the way they make money as they attempt to recoup revenue lost to the coronavirus outbreak.
She delivers for Amazon, but Adrienne Williams says the e-commerce and tech giant did not deliver for her.
Office jobs are never going to be the same.
Coronavirus lockdowns mean poor people without Internet access are being further marginalised, researchers and rights groups said on May 5, urging governments and telecommunications companies to do more to get them online.
Brazil's battered retailers are starting to reopen after weeks of coronavirus lockdown but may exit the crisis transformed, with the e-commerce sector strengthened and brick-and-mortar chains facing an uphill path to normality.
The tech industry has struggled for years to generate wider adoption of virtual reality. A major reason is that setting up a high-end home experience still costs well above US$1,000 (RM4,395). But the prospect of millions staying home for months during the pandemic and additional renting options might be just what it needed.
The Covid-19 crisis has shut down eSports facilities across the country. But in recent years, before the onset of the pandemic, arenas were starting to pop up in unlikely locations — on college campuses and as standalone venues their owners are calling stadiums in places like Arlington, Texas. Nowhere has the trend elicited more excitement than at American shopping malls.
By mid-March, John Lyotier’s travel software business Left Technologies Inc was cratering with the spread of the pandemic. Seeking to cut costs, he reached out to his office landlord, who offered rent relief. Then he contacted Amazon.com Inc, asking to “explore creative financing opportunities” for his monthly cloud-computing bill.
As more people worry about catching coronavirus from touching cash and credit-card terminals, a one-time niche technology is roaring into the mainstream.
Robots and new technologies become mainstays in Hong Kong malls, offices as landlords adapt to pandemic
Social distancing rules and work-from-home regime have renewed pressure on businesses amid infection fears. Swire Properties, Hysan, JLL and Sunlight Reit among managers who have deployed technologies to reduce human contact.