Jumbled Covid-19 Border Rules Baffle Companies, Stymie Tourism

After many countries reopened schools, businesses and restaurants, governments world-wide are wrestling with another coronavirus dilemma: When to throw open

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Job Anxiety Spills Into Tech Sector

Nearly half of the technology workers at companies world-wide are worried about losing their jobs this year as employers downsize

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Olympus to Exit Camera Business After 84 Years

Olympus Corp. is getting out of the camera business after 84 years to focus on medical devices. The Tokyo company,

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That Big Vacation You Scrapped Is Already Selling Out for Next Summer

Deborah Pilla’s summer travel is all planned and booked. Next summer, that is. Dr. Pilla, a retired pediatric dentist from

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Microsoft Shutting Down Live-Streaming Service Mixer

Microsoft Corp. said it is shutting down its live-streaming service Mixer and working to move its community of broadcasters and

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‘Fortnite’ Removes Police Cars From Game

Police cars have been removed from the hit videogame “Fortnite,” a change that comes amid a national debate over law-enforcement

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Samsung Unveils Cheaper 5G Phone to Lure Reluctant Buyers

The world’s largest smartphone maker is trying to jump-start lackluster sales of 5G handsets in the U.S., addressing the sticker

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Return of Coronavirus Slams Beijing’s Already Hard-Hit Restaurants

BEIJING—Few businesses in China’s capital have been as hard hit by the coronavirus as restaurants, many of which were forced

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Restaurants in Italy Prepare to Reopen—or Hold Off—And Fear They Won’t Survive

Restaurants in Italy Prepare to Reopen, but Rules Add Anxiety Source link

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New York City Moves to Limit Fees From Meal-Delivery Apps

New bills passed Wednesday in the New York City Council will cap delivery fees charged by services like Grubhub and

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