Deutsche Telekom Bidding on EU Vaccination Passport

T-Mobile parent Deutsche Telekom has submitted a bid to create a digital vaccination passport for the EU.

Best Buy Lays Off 5,000 Employees, Will Shutter More Stores

Best Buy has laid off some 5,000 employees and plans to close additional stores as customers turn to online shopping.

President Biden Signs Executive Order to Review Supply Chain

President Biden has signed an executive order authorizing a review of the US supply chain, including semiconductors.

Homeland Security Investing Fake N95 Mask Scam

As if the pandemic is not bad enough, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is investigating a scam involving fake N95 masks.

Nissan Takes Remote Work to New Heights With Office Pod Caravan

Nissan may have unveiled the most unique remote work concept yet, the NV350, an Office Pod Concept camper van.

Verizon Commits $10 Million to Help One Million Small Businesses

Verizon has announced it is committing $10 million to help up to one million small business through grants.

Semiconductor Shortage Halts Production at Three GM Plants

General Motors has announced it is stopping production at three of its plants due to a shortage of semiconductors, and cutting production at a fourth.

Facebook’s Ireland Content Moderators Demand Remote Work

Facebook is facing backlash from workers in Ireland, as they demand the right to work from home amid the pandemic.

Just 11% of Companies Expect All Staff to Return to the Office

A new report sheds more light on the state of remote working, suggesting permanent adoption may be more widespread.

Google Cloud’s Business Is Taking Off

Google Cloud is back to business as normal, and focused on growth, following an initial slowdown as a result of the pandemic.