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How remote work sentiment differs across generations

New data finds there is a generational divide when it comes to feelings toward remote work. Further subdivisions related to a person’s position within the work hierarchy, with the lower paid struggling more.

China GDP grows record 18.3% in first quarter in virus rebound

Bejing - China's economy expanded at a record pace in the first quarter as the country continued its rapid recovery from last year's pandemic-fuelled slump, official data showed Friday.The 18.

Consumers support brands who paid employees more during COVID-19

There have been several news stories about brands and stores helping consumers during the pandemic and other emergency situations. The company Vrity has commissioned a survey to assess consumer views about such companies.

Remote developer hiring is changing the digital industry Special

The ripple effects of the pandemic has forever changed the workforce, including greater use of new technology and remote working. This includes technology in general and within the developer community specifically.

Q&A: Protecting data center 'flanks': What CIOs need to know Special

Cyberattacks are of increasing concern for data center managers, with new and persistent threats becoming an issue of daily concern. What is the best strategy to address these issues? A leading expert outlines how.

Huawei says HSBC agrees document access in Hong Kong court

Fpo - Chinese tech giant Huawei on Monday said it had reached an agreement with HSBC in Hong Kong to secure documents that its senior executive Meng Wanzhou hopes will help her fight extradition to the United States from Canada.

Brazil raises $620 mn in huge concession auction

S - Brazil wrapped up a massive auction Friday for concessions to operate 22 airports, a rail line and five ports with a total take of $620 million and planned investments of $1.75 billion in all.

Global automakers feel the effect of supply chain shortages Special

The global supply chain for automobile parts has been rocky of late, and the reasons run deeper than simply coronavirus related issues. Most car manufacturers have now signalled a production slowdown.

The need for digital transformation in customer engagement

The company Supplyframe has released new survey data that reveals the global electronics’ need for growth and maturity within the global electronics industry. This is based on digital transformation initiatives.

Top Canadian companies hold virtual autism job fair

This week some of Canada’s top employers are coming together virtually for the national Spectrum Works Job Fair to help people with autism find meaningful work.

International support grows for raising taxes to fund recovery

Washington - The IMF and United States on Wednesday gave a boost to the international campaign to raise taxes on wealthy firms that have done well during the pandemic in order to finance recovery efforts.

Samsung Electronics forecasts 44.19% jump in Q1 operating profit

Seoul - South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics flagged a 44.19 percent rise in first quarter operating profit Wednesday, largely driven by robust sales of smartphones and the launch of its flagship Galaxy S21 series.

IMF lifts China growth forecast to 10-year high

Bejing - The International Monetary Fund raised its 2021 growth forecast for China to 8.4 percent on Tuesday, as it projected a stronger global rebound from the pandemic but warned of "divergences in the speed of recovery".The figure is 0.

Lumber shortage adds thousands of dollars to price of new house

A pandemic-induced lumber shortage is pushing the price of building a home in Canada and the United States up by about 30 to 40 percent since the beginning of the pandemic.

Q&A: Women offered unfavorable financial offers compared to men Special

Are women underserved in financial matters? New research suggests that finanical offers provided to women differ to men. What are the reasin for this and why is more attention not paid to this discrepancy?

Higher commodity costs lead to price hikes from Kimberly-Clark

Kimberly-Clark said Wednesday that it would hike prices on staples like Scott toilet paper and Huggies diapers, joining the growing list of consumer products companies that are raising prices.

Asian markets track US losses, Biden spending plan in focus

Fpo - Asian markets slipped Wednesday following a soft lead from Wall Street, while focus turns to the US where Joe Biden is expected to unveil his latest multi-trillion-dollar recovery plan for the world's top economy.

Deliveroo set for London stock market launch

London - Deliveroo debuts as a listed company Wednesday in London's biggest stock market launch for a decade, after the app-driven meals delivery group enjoyed surging sales during the coronavirus pandemic.

'Voltswagen': US rebrand as German car giant eyes electric future

New York - German auto giant Volkswagen said Tuesday it is renaming its US subsidiary as "Voltswagen," calling the moniker a public declaration of its "future-forward investment in e-mobility.
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