Here’s How Companies Are Responding To The Increase In Virus Cases

Companies are rushing to reconsider coronavirus measures as cases rise in the United States, fueled by the Delta variant and slower vaccination rate, pushing back targets for certain mandatory vaccines and when employees are expected to return to the office. Lyft said on Wednesday will not require employees to return to the office until February, …

Here’s How Companies Are Responding To The Increase In Virus Cases

Companies are reconsidering their coronavirus measures as cases increase in the United States, fueled by the Delta variant. Lyft said on Wednesday will not require employees to return to the office until February, excitement It said it would close its reopened offices in San Francisco and New York and delay other reopening plans indefinitely. Their …

Companies Rethinking Vaccination Mandates

Companies reconsider their vaccine requirements Last month, Goldman Sachs unofficially expelled Wall Street’s celebratory return to the office. (There were food trucks and live music). As the highly contagious Delta variant spread and nearly half of the U.S. population has changed since then. not fully vaccinated. This is some companies Reconsider reopening plans rekindled the …

China Takes Action Against Education Companies, Causes Stocks to Drop

Chinese regulators banned tutoring companies from making a profit on Monday; As Beijing shifts its focus to the growing financial burden of students, a move that has caused its shares to plummet and wiped tens of billions of dollars from the value of the country’s once booming education sector. parents – hundred. Some of China’s …

US Says China Breached Dozens of Pipeline Companies in the Last Decade

The Biden administration released previously classified details on Tuesday about the breadth of state-sponsored cyberattacks on American oil and gas pipelines over the past decade, as part of a warning to pipeline owners to increase the security of their systems to prevent future attacks. From 2011 to 2013, Chinese-backed hackers targeted and in many cases …

Surgeon Attacks Technology Companies Over False Information About Covid-19

President Biden’s surgeon general used Thursday first official recommendation To offer the United States a broadside against the technology and social media companies it accuses of not doing enough to stop the spread of dangerous health misinformation, particularly about Covid-19. Authorized Dr. Vivek Murthy has declared such misinformation an “immediate threat to public health.” According …

China Plans Security Checks for Technology Companies Listed Abroad

China On Saturday, it moved towards requiring domestic tech companies to undergo a cybersecurity check before going public on overseas exchanges; It was a step to close the regulatory loophole that allowed ride-hailing giant Didi to list stocks on Wall Street last week. A clean digital health bill from Beijing. On July 2, two days …