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Slack, the popular messaging platform used by millions of people worldwide, restored service after experiencing a major disruption on Monday as many employees in the United States returned to work after the holidays. The company initially called the service problem...
Whether it is a purchase from an online retailer or a local food order, new technologies have raised consumer expectations for businesses to provide full visibility of purchased goods right through to the point of delivery. We are seeing business...
The congressional agreement on Sunday on another dose of aid to fuel the slowing economic recovery has probably spared millions of Americans from a winter of poverty and kept the country from falling back into recession. For much of the...
American imports from China are surging as the year draws to a close, fueled by stay-at-home shoppers who are snapping up Chinese-made furniture and appliances, along with Barbie Dream Houses and bicycles for the holidays. The surge in imports is...
Beauty salons have been greatly affected by this year's pandemic. With the first Covid-19 vaccines now being administered, we speak to six industry professionals about how they have coped with 2020, and their hopes for the future. Elizabeth Chandler says...
Hopin, a virtual events start-up in London, had seven employees and was valued at $38 million at the beginning of the year. Johnny Boufarhat, the company’s chief executive, wasn’t planning on raising more money. But as the pandemic spread and...
Credit card giant Visa today announced it is connecting its global payments network of 60 million merchants to the U.S. Dollar Coin (USDC) developed by Circle Internet Financial on the ethereum blockchain. The digital currency is now valued at...
For years, the cybersecurity firm FireEye has been the first call for government agencies and companies around the world who have been hacked by the most sophisticated attackers, or fear they might be. Now it looks like the hackers — in this...
The season is adding pressure on retailers, strained by a pandemic surge in e-commerce and limited by shippers, to deliver gifts on time. E-commerce became a lifeline for consumers and companies during the pandemic. But this holiday season, online shopping will strain the...
Sean Henry, 24, and Jacob Boudreau, 22, founded flexible warehousing startup Stord while in college at Georgia Tech in 2015. They made the cut for Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2018, and Henry, who dropped out of college, won the prestigious...
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