Quibi, the mobile-only streaming service with very brief snippets of content, makes its debut today to mixed reviews in uncertain times.
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.
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.
"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.
Macy's, Gap, Kohl's and Neiman Marcus are together furloughing more than a quarter of a million retail workers nationwide.
Workers' demands include hazard pay and safety items including hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes and sprays.
Several more brands are offering equipment, supplies, clothing and food to beleaguered healthcare systems and its staff.
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.
The package will provide relief to individuals and small businesses along with corporations and localities impacted by COVID-19.
Companies beefing up their work force include Walmart, country's largest employer, which aims to hire 150,000 additional employees in stores and warehouses.