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An investment bank sees the future of the new normal as back at work, with plans to have all its employees to return to the office.
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.
BANGKOK (Reuters): A coronavirus outbreak in Thailand's capital may take more than two months to control, a health official said on Thursday (April 8), as authorities announced a broad ban on nightlife to tackle a new wave of infections and a highly contagious variant.
For many who have been working remotely since March 2020, the home office never truly became one – just a makeshift setup meant to suffice for a few weeks or so. At which point life would surely be back to normal, right?
Due to Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting lockdowns in 2020, retail businesses had to scramble to go online in order to regain sales and survive, while work-from-home workers adapted to shopping online.
(Reuters) -Box Inc said on Thursday private equity giant KKR & Co Inc would lead a $500 million investment in the company and get a board seat, marking an end to the cloud services provider's strategic review.
THE country is considering closing entertainment venues in Bangkok and 40 provinces, its Covid-19 task force said, as authorities rush to tackle a new wave of coronavirus cases and the arrival of a highly contagious variant.
LONDON: The United Kingdom housing market picked up last month as inquiries, sales and new listings all climbed following an extension of a temporary tax break
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said on Thursday she would ask the central government to impose emergency measures in the capital region to stem a surge of COVID-19 infections.
Last spring, when fitness clubs were ordered to close because of the pandemic, they started offering online classes as an option to their exercise-deprived clients. It was supposed to be a temporary fix, but it has become a long-term change in the way – and the places – that people work out.