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‘Things will get worse before they get better’: Ex-Cisco CEO John Chambers predicts the US economy won’t recover fully until next ye...
"The next quarter is going to be ugly," Chambers, who served as the CEO of Cisco for 20 years, told MarketWatch.
Tesla, Apple, and Ford are stepping up to address global shortages of ventilators, hand sanitizer, face masks, and gowns. Here’s a running list ...
Elon Musk, Tim Cook, James Dyson, and other leaders are responding to calls for more healthcare equipment.
Brands can save American lives during the coronavirus crisis by running ads next to news coverage of the pandemic
David Cohen is president of the Interactive Advertising Bureau. He says solid, fact-based reporting educates, informs, and saves lives.
Your phone could have 18 times more bacteria than a public restroom — this clever device sanitizes it for you
Our phones are hotspots for bacteria. The $80 PhoneSoap can help by safely sanitizing your phone while it charges, killing 99.9% of common bacteria.
‘Interesting tightrope to be on’: PayPal’s credit chief balances coronavirus threat against healthy consumer demand
"It's really weird to see how strong the consumer is and how volatile everything still is," Esch said.
"You begin to second-think any sort of situation where you're going to be crammed into a bus or crammed into a train or subway."
Email, open offices, and chat rooms all make for collaborative offices — but they come with their own particular etiquette and best practices.
Chinese car company Geely launched its newest compact SUV with an air-filtration system meant to combat the coronavirus
Geely Auto's new Icon SUV includes an N95-certified air-filtration system made for the coronavirus, but the certification doesn't mean it's foolproof.
Video-conferencing company Zoom lifts the limit on its free version in China because so many people are using it amid the coronavirus outbreak
Zoom tries to cater to callers in China as they grow more dependant on the digital meet-up technology during the coronavirus outbreak.
The space-tourism startup, which made just $4 million in revenue last year, boasts a $6 billion market capitalization.