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DoorDash surges on revenue beat, stand out among pandemic darlings

Shares of DoorDash Inc have surged some 16.5% after the food-delivery company beat estimates for quarterly revenue, a rare bright spot among stay-at-home darlings that have seen their stocks languish post results. The company's 34%...

Uber posts profit as ride demand recovers, delivery remains strong

Uber Technologies has reported its second quarterly operating profit as demand for its ride-hailing service approached pre-pandemic levels and its food delivery business turned profitable for the first time. Shares were up nearly 6% in...

How SAP uses ‘social sabbaticals’ to retain employees

The pandemic era upended the world in all sorts of ways, but one of the most fascinating is the so-called 'Great Resignation.' Employees are moving out of their previous roles in numbers not seen...

Google delays mandatory return to office beyond January the 10th

Google has said it is pushing back its January return-to-office plan globally amid growing concerns over the Omicron variant of the coronavirus and some resistance to company-mandated vaccinations. Google in August had said it would...

Amazon exec says Omicron’s impact on holiday spending uncertain

A senior Amazon.com executive said it remains too early to predict how the Omicron coronavirus variant will impact consumer spending during the holiday season but suggested that shoppers will press ahead for now. "It’s very...

Samsung to invest $206 billion by 2023 for post-pandemic growth

Samsung Group will invest 240 trillion won (approximately $206 billion) in the next three years to expand its footprint in biopharmaceuticals, artificial intelligence, semiconductors and robotics in the post-pandemic era, Samsung Electronics said. The jewel...

Pitching a business in the middle of a pandemic

We are in the midst of a pandemic. A pandemic that here in Australia, with its continual curfews and lockdowns at least seems to have no end on the horizon. This is causing operational chaos...

Facebook says on track to reopen all US offices by October

Facebook Inc expects to reopen all its US offices by October, with plans to offer flexible work-related options to employees, the social media platform has said. The company also said it was on track to...

Google to lay out new features to keep users clicking after lockdown

Google is expected to unveil updates across many services, including search and Android, as the company showcases its role in a world that has become more digitally connected during the pandemic. Google has seen an...

India asks Twitter to take down tweets critical of its COVID-19 strategy

e Indian government asked social media platform Twitter to take down dozens of tweets, including some by local lawmakers, that were critical of India's handling of the COVID-19 outbreak, as cases hit world record...

COVID-19 ‘war games’: the computer program that could help save your job

Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane has signed up to judge the winner of a 'war game' designed to help firms find alternatives to mass layoffs in the face of a coronavirus-driven slowdown. Confronted...

Facebook bans ads that call voting fraud widespread or election invalid

Facebook has banned ad's on its flagship website and Instagram photo and video sharing support which claim widespread voting fraud, imply the US election results are invalid, or that attack any methodology of voting. The...