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Two days before his first trip abroad since the coronavirus pandemic began, Jerry Dyer went live on YouTube to discuss his itinerary. Dyer is a middle-aged British entrepreneur who makes a living by filming videos of planes taking off and landing.
Ventilation is perhaps the most underappreciated challenge of reopening during the Covid-19 pandemic. As people increasingly return to indoor spaces such as office buildings, airports, schools and restaurants, they’ll need plenty of outside air, so they won’t walk into a cloud of coronavirus spray. But how can they trust building managers to ensure it’s safe to breathe?
After years of being part of a future that never quite arrived, the coronavirus pandemic has put US online car sellers on the map.
The Covid-19 pandemic is fueling an e-commerce boom as shuttered businesses move online – but Google isn’t benefiting in the way its big tech rivals are.
Lisa Marsh’s job shopping and delivering groceries for Instacart during the past three years has been unforgiving. Company tipping policies cut into earnings while boycotts and other labour strife created confusion, she said.
In a historic session on July 29, the CEOs of four of the world’s biggest technology giants appeared before a House subcommittee to answer wide-ranging questions about their anticompetitive practices and allegations they leveraged their powerful platforms to harm competitors.
When it comes to helping employees balance work hours with relaxation, Acuity Insurance chief executive officer Ben Salzmann has a unique tool at his disposal: a 65-foot Ferris wheel.
The coronavirus pandemic may be a drag on economies across the globe, but in Japan it’s bringing long-overdue change in work habits and tools.
The four major tech firms whose chief executives are testifying at a congressional antitrust hearing face a variety of complaints about their dominance in the United States and elsewhere.
The biggest US technology companies have gone on a buying spree this year, waving off intense scrutiny from competition watchdogs and critics who say they’ve bolstered their power by snatching up nascent rivals.