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Global Markets: Asian shares up as U.S., China trade negotiators talk

Asian shares rose on Friday as investors focused on talks between U.S. and Chinese trade officials and solid corporate earnings rather than the looming release of data expected to show the worst U.S. unemployment rate in more than 70 years.
Tags: Money, China, businessNews, Global Markets




How low code development is accelerating business success

Digitalization is an actual concept and no longer an option. Currently, customers have more information and demand for better services. This requires time and technology, a request that can’t be offered by the evolving business world. Organizations need to work fast and effectively beyond expectations or loss to their competitors. However, what do the organization need to accelerate their success in the business world? Low code development is a key solution to business and IT challenges. Accele...
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UK consumer confidence near all-time low amid COVID lockdown-GfK

British consumer confidence edged up in late April but remained close to its lowest levels on record as the country remained in coronavirus lockdown and on track for a deep recession, a survey showed on Friday.
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UK corporate insolvencies fall as virus support plans kick in - KPMG

The number of corporate insolvencies in Britain fell a third in April compared to the year before even as the COVID-19 pandemic hammered the economy, figures compiled by KPMG showed on Friday, as government support packages kept firms afloat.
Tags: UK, Money, businessNews, Britain, Kpmg


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stops by strangers’ Animal Crossing islands

AOC spent Thursday evening tweeting about her experiences on the hit game
Tags: Mobile, Gaming, News, Trends, Social Media, Nintendo, New Horizons, Aoc, Animal Crossing, Nintendo Switch, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Animal Crossing news


Aerospace firm Safran cuts 3,000 workers in Mexico as coronavirus hits demand

France's Safran , the world's third-largest aerospace supplier, said on Thursday it had laid off 3,000 employees in Mexico as the aerospace industry faces an unprecedented crisis stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: Money, Mexico, France, businessNews, Safran


U.S., China top trade representatives held phone call - China ministry

Top trade representatives of China and the United States held a phone call on Friday and agreed to strengthen macroeconomic and public health cooperation, China's commerce ministry said in a statement.
Tags: Money, China, businessNews, United States


After swift virus success, Vietnam sets sights on post-pandemic business

After proclaiming success in containing the coronavirus, Vietnam is positioning itself as a safe place to do business, capitalising on demand from international manufacturers looking to diversify their supply chains away from China.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Vietnam


Michigan governor reopens factories from May 11, as U.S. jobless ranks grow

Michigan's governor on Thursday gave the go-ahead to factories in her state to reopen on May 11, removing a major obstacle to North American automakers bringing thousands of idled employees back to work at plants closed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Michigan


Volkswagen says extends suspension of Mexico operations through June 1

German automaker Volkswagen will extend through June 1 a suspension of operations at its plants in Mexico's Puebla and Guanajuato states due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the firm said in a statement on Thursday.
Tags: Money, Mexico, businessNews, Volkswagen, Puebla, Guanajuato


Singapore Airlines to report fourth-quarter loss on fuel hedges

Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Friday that it would report a material operating loss in the quarter ended March 31 partly because of a collapse in fuel prices that led to major hedging losses and that it would push back aircraft deliveries.
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Josh Emett's restaurant chain Madam Woo closes South Island restaurant, foots staff redundancies

Malaysian-fusion restaurant chain Madam Woo co-founded by celebrity chef Josh Emett has permanently closed the doors to its Christchurch venue and laid-off staff.All eight staff from Madam Woo Christchurch have been made redundant... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Christchurch, South Island, Josh Emett, Madam Woo, Madam Woo co, Madam Woo Christchurch


Singapore bank OCBC first-quarter profit slumps to seven-year low, builds loan-loss defences

Singapore's second-largest lender Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp more than doubled its loan loss provisions due to the coronavirus and warned of a "very uncertain" economic outlook, as it posted a 43% plunge in first-quarter net profit on Friday.
Tags: Money, Singapore, businessNews, OCBC, Oversea Chinese Banking Corp


Oil gains on hopes that easing of coronavirus curbs will trigger demand boost

Oil prices rose on Friday as more countries began easing lockdowns set in place to stop the coronavirus spreading, giving hope that demand for fuels will pick up after the economic devastation caused by the pandemic.
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Pandemic sets Japan on course for deep recession as spending, services plunge

Japan's household spending plunged in March and service-sector activity shrank at a record pace in April, reinforcing expectations that the coronavirus pandemic is tipping the world's third-largest economy into deep recession.
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How to use Bcc in Microsoft Outlook to send emails privately to multiple people

To Bcc someone in Outlook on your computer, you may need to enable the Bcc field in your "Options" menu. You can Bcc in the Outlook mobile app just by tapping the "Cc/Bcc" option. Bcc stands for "blind carbon copy," and is a way to secretly include recipients in an email.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Bcc option in Outlook, also known as "blind carbon copy," lets you send an email to people without them knowing who's on the Bcc list. Bcc is a standard feature of nea...
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How to delete your LastPass account and permanently wipe saved logins

To delete a LastPass account, you'll need your email and the master password you created to log in to your Vault and confirm the account deletion. You can delete a LastPass account without a master password by going to https://lastpass.com/delete_account.php and deleting your account through an emailed link.  When you decide to delete your LastPass account, your account data will be permanently and irreversibly erased.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  LastPass is a free ...
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How to share a Dropbox folder in 3 different ways

If you share a Dropbox folder, your recipients can download and use any files stored in that folder.  You can share a folder from a browser, your PC desktop, or the Dropbox mobile app.  You can share a folder through email or by sharing a generated link to the folder. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories Dropbox solves many common problems related to file sharing. For example, if you have a folder full of files that you need to make available to other people, now you can send a ...
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LG Chem shares fall more after deadly gas leak at its Indian factory

Shares of LG Chem extended their falls on Friday, after a gas leak at one of its chemicals factories in India killed at least 11 people and sickened hundreds of people.
Tags: Money, India, businessNews, LG Chem


Courier contractor ruling could open way for action against other employers

By RNZ An employment lawyer says a court finding that an Auckland courier was an employee not a contractor could open the way for similar cases.Mika Leota was working for Parcel Express, and had signed a contract to say he was... [Author: [email protected]]
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Evacuation area around India LG Chem plant widened after deadly gas leak

Indian officials were evacuating more people on Friday from the area around a chemical plant in the south of the country that leaked toxic gas, killing at least 11 people and sickening hundreds more.
Tags: Money, India, businessNews, LG Chem


How to get Audible on your Google Home device in 2 ways

You can't get Audible on a Google Home device natively, but there are two workarounds for playing titles from the audiobook app on your smart speaker. You can get Audible on your Google Home speaker by pairing it with your phone through Bluetooth or casting your Audible app from your Android phone.  Make sure all your devices are on the same network when you are pairing your mobile device to your Google Home speaker. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Audible brings you the ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Trends, Alexa, Apple Samsung, Audible, Google Home, Walmart Google, Apple Lenovo, Walmart Apple Macbook Pro From, Toggle Bluetooth, Google Home Device, My Devices


Vital Tips For Small Businesses And Entrepreneurs During Covid-19  

by Wayne Titus, author of “The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Financial Well-Being“ Entrepreneurs and small business leaders are trying to figure out how to navigate COVID-19, from how to apply for loans and assistance to FMLA regulations. There’s so much information that it can feel like an endless maze. To help, I’ve consolidated the many questions I’m getting from my small-business clients into these five essential tips. They should help you cover the essentials to navigate COVID-19 and set you on ...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, US Treasury, Health And Human Services, Wayne, Roth, SBA, US Department of Labor, Small Business Administration SBA, FMLA, Small Business Advice, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Entrepreneur Advice, Fortune 50, Wayne Titus


COVID-19 healthcare volunteers face NY tax bills

Photo by Gustavo Fring from Pexels Interstate tax matters are difficult in the best of times. During a pandemic, they can be particularly confusing, infuriating and for the state hardest hit by COVID-19, a tax public relations nightmare. Health care heroes from across the country who came to work in overwhelmed New York hospitals and other medical facilities have learned that in addition to the eternal gratitude of Empire State and Big Apple residents, they also are getting tax bills. The...
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How to change your Gboard theme and customize your phone's keyboard with a photo or color

You can change your Gboard theme using a custom image from your phone's gallery or a preset provided by the keyboard.  Both iPhone and Android users can change their Gboard theme to a different photo or color.  To change your Gboard on an Android, you will need to access your System settings.  iPhone users can customize their virtual keyboard by going straight to the app and tapping the "Theme" option. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. There are tons of advantages to using ...
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Uber sees ride rebound as states reopen

Uber CEO says rides are bouncing back as states reopen following the coronavirus lockdown.
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Uber sees ride demand boost as states reopen

Uber CEO says rides are bouncing back as states reopen following the coronavirus lockdown.
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New Normal: A conversation with Marty Groover, Partner, C5MI

I have been doing video interviews with a number of CIOs, software executives and practitioners about acrobatics they have been seeing in various vertical sectors during the COVID-19 crisis and the "New normal" they can expect as the economy wakes... [Author: vinnie]
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How to turn off Waze navigation in 2 ways, to save battery life and mobile data

The easiest way to turn off Waze is to simply close the app. You can also turn off Waze navigation by tapping the app's "Stop" button, which is hidden in a small menu. You should turn off Waze navigation when you're not using it, as it can be a drain on your battery and mobile data. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Waze is one of the most trusted navigation apps out there right now, and it's not hard to understand why. Aside from giving accurate direction, Waze also alerts ...
Tags: Samsung, Trends, Walmart, Waze, Google Maps, Apple Samsung



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