• Quibi Launched Its Pursuit Of Consumers' Short Attention Spans
    Quibi, the mobile-only streaming service with very brief snippets of content, makes its debut today to mixed reviews in uncertain times.
  • Zoom Faces Increasing Scrutiny Over Privacy, Security Issues
    Zoom has boomed as a go-to platform for videoconferencing during the pandemic, but "It was never meant to get this big, this fast," as its CEO says in a blog post.
  • T-Mobile's Acquisition Of Sprint Is Done, Speeding Up 5G Deployment
    Merger, worth about $31.8 billion based on T-Mobile's closing stock price Tuesday, marks the end of Sprint as a company and a brand.
  • Claiming It Will Sell More Cars, Trump Rolls Back Obama-Era Fuel Goals
    "Nearly 900 million more tons of carbon dioxide are expected to be released under the new rule than under the Obama-era standards," notes one report.
  • Major Retailers Furloughing Most Workers At Least Through April
    Macy's, Gap, Kohl's and Neiman Marcus are together furloughing more than a quarter of a million retail workers nationwide.
  • Instacart Personal Shoppers Still Planning Nationwide Strike Today
    Workers' demands include hazard pay and safety items including hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes and sprays.
  • Crocs, Krispy Kreme, Ralph Lauren Among Brands Donate Needed Medical Supplies
    Several more brands are offering equipment, supplies, clothing and food to beleaguered healthcare systems and its staff.
  • Fighting Pandemic With Money, Senate Passes $2 Trillion Stimulus Bill
    Legislation would send direct payments of $1,200 to Americans earning up to $75,000 and provide loans to distressed companies, including $50 billion to airlines.
  • Senate, White House Say They Have Done Deal For $2 Trillion Stimulus
    The package will provide relief to individuals and small businesses along with corporations and localities impacted by COVID-19.
  • Some Companies Hiring As Demand For Critical Goods --- And Pizza --- Rises
    Companies beefing up their work force include Walmart, country's largest employer, which aims to hire 150,000 additional employees in stores and warehouses.
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