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Facebook Employees Can Work From Home Through July 2021
Facebook joins the growing list of companies extending work from home policies amid the coronavirus pandemic....
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Microsoft Beats Estimates, Powered by Strong Cloud Growth
Microsoft has announced its quarterly results, beating estimates as a result of its strong cloud growth....
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Amazon Extends Work From Home Policy
Amazon has extended its work from home policy, as the pandemic continues to pick up throughout the country....
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Amazon Reports Earnings, Will Spend Q2 Profits On COVID Expenses
Amazon released its first quarter results, beating analysts revenue estimates while falling short of their earnings-per-share estimates....
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Coronavirus: Apple’s 2021 Earnings May Be Impacted
Investors hoping for a quick turnaround on Apple’s earnings may be in for a disappointment, as analysts are warning the epidemic may impact 2021....
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Comcast Hotspots Free to All Through 2020
Comcast has announced that its Xfinity WiFi hotspots will remain free and open to anyone through the rest of 2020....
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UK Set to Adopt Apple/Google API For Contact Tracing
The UK has reversed course, adopting Apple and Google’s API for its contact tracing efforts....
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Majority of Enterprise Will Keep Work-From-Home Options
Work-from-home is one of the biggest impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, and it appears its a change that is here to stay....
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Norway Discontinues Contact Tracing App Over Privacy Concerns
Norway has decided to halt its coronavirus contact tracing app efforts amid privacy concerns....
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Lawmakers Propose $22.8 Billion to Boost US-Based Semiconductor Business
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has unveiled a bill aimed at using more than $22.8 billion to help bring more semiconductor manufacturing to the US....
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Google Giving Employees $1,000 to Help Work From Home
Google has become the latest company to allow employees to work from home for the rest of the year, and promised to give them $1,000 to help....
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Qatar Demonstrates Danger of Contact Tracing Apps
A major security vulnerability left Qatari citizens open to having highly sensitive, personal information stolen....
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North Dakota’s Contact Tracing App Shares Location Data With Advertisers
Researchers have discovered that, contrary to its own privacy policy, North Dakota’s contact tracing app shares data with FourSquare....
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Facebook Could Make Half of Positions Permanently Remote
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that up to half of the company’s positions could permanently shift to remote work....
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Apple and Google Release Contact Tracing API
Apple and Google have released their joint contact tracing API in 22 countries and several US states....
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If People Can Ride the Subway We Can Open Factories, Says Jason Calacanis
"If people can ride the subway and if people can go to Trader Joe's and pack into all these different places we can start to open factories," says leg...
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Salesforce Will Allow Employees to Work From Home the Rest of the Year
Salesforce has become the latest company to extend its work from home (WFH) policy, allowing employees to do so through the rest of the year....
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TSMC Will Build $12 Billion Semiconductor Factory in US
Following reports the Trump administration was in talks with chip makers to build US factories, TSMC has announced plans to do just that....
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Twitter Employees Will Be Able to Work From Home Forever
Twitter employees working from home will be able to do so forever, as the company has no plans to require them to come back to the office....
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Beat The Corona Slump By Acquiring These 9 Freelancing Skills
Are you doing everything you can to beat the Coronavirus slump?...
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