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1. Amazon Has Hired 80,000 Workers Out of 100,000 Plan19:09[−]
The tech giant has quickly ramped up hiring and plans to introduce more safety gear and precautions after warehouse workers and other hourly employees pressed the company to do more to protect them.

2. SoftBank Says It Won't Buy WeWork Co-Founder Neumann's Shares18:47[−]
SoftBank Group terminated an offer to pay up to $3 billion for shares in office-space provider WeWork, depriving co-founder Adam Neumann of a potential windfall of nearly a billion dollars.

3. Rice University Engineers 'MacGyver' an Inexpensive Ventilator for Coronavirus Patients16:00[−]
Rice University engineers are building a prototype of a ventilator using 3-D printed parts and hobby-store materials for possible use by coronavirus patients in dire need of breathing machines.

4. 3-D Companies Tackle Coronavirus Supply Shortages16:00[−]
Multinational companies and startups world-wide are reprogramming their cutting-edge 3-D printers to tackle shortages of critical medical equipment caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

5. Biotech Pioneer Amgen Joins Hunt for Coronavirus Drug14:00[−]
Big biotech company Amgen is joining the race to discover new drugs that can treat the novel coronavirus, the latest drugmaker redirecting resources toward the pandemic.

6. Don't Get Bombed: How to Host Zoom Meetings, Hangouts, Houseparty and More12:30[−]
With the times requiring a lot of telecommunicating, here’s some timely advice if you find yourself asking such questions as “Hello, can anyone hear me?” and “What is Zoombombing?”

7. Booming Interest in Zoom Cocktail Hour Comes With Corporate Hangover01:46[−]
Zoom Video Communications’ newfound popularity amid the coronavirus pandemic is proving both a boon and a burden.

8. AT&T Names Former Hulu Boss as WarnerMedia CEOСр, 01 апр[−]
Jason Kilar will take the helm at the unit housing HBO and CNN when it is on the verge of launching a new streaming service.

9. FCC Moves to Boost Wi-Fi SpeedСр, 01 апр[−]
The Federal Communications Commission will vote April 23 on allowing Wi-Fi devices to access a wider swath of airwaves than they currently use.

10. T-Mobile Absorbs Sprint After Two-Year BattleСр, 01 апр[−]
The conclusion of the cellphone carriers’ combination brings to an end years of wrangling with federal and state authorities.

11. Spotify Strikes New Deal for Warner Music CatalogСр, 01 апр[−]
Spotify and Warner Music have reached a new global licensing agreement, the companies said, ending a contentious yearslong negotiation between the streaming giant and the third-largest music label.

12. Telemedicine, Once a Hard Sell, Can't Keep Up With DemandСр, 01 апр[−]
The coronavirus pandemic is pushing the once-niche telemedicine industry into the mainstream, testing its ability to keep up with soaring demand and forcing innovation on the fly.

13. Xerox Is Ending Hostile Takeover Bid for HPСр, 01 апр[−]
Xerox is pulling the plug on its hostile bid to buy larger rival HP after the coronavirus pandemic undermined the copier maker’s ability to pull off the debt-laden merger.

14. New York City Investigates Amazon Over FiringСр, 01 апр[−]
An employee at a Staten Island warehouse was allegedly dismissed for helping to organize a walkout over work conditions in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

15. Washington State OKs Facial Recognition Law Seen as National ModelВт, 31 мар[−]
Washington state adopted a Microsoft-backed law enshrining the most detailed regulations of facial recognition in the U.S.

16. Marriott Reveals Breach That Exposed Data of Up to 5.2 Million CustomersВт, 31 мар[−]
Marriott International is investigating a data breach that exposed up to 5.2 million customers’ personal information, at least the third cyber incident for the hotel giant in the past 18 months.

17. Census Push Goes Digital as Nonprofits, States Urge ParticipationВт, 31 мар[−]
Virtual efforts by advocacy groups, states and the Census Bureau aim to encourage participation in the 2020 census by the millions of Americans who are typically hard to count.

18. Amazon Struggles to Find Its Coronavirus Footing. 'It's a Time of Great Stress.'Вт, 31 мар[−]
The tech giant is dealing with mass absences and a restive workforce as it labors to keep up with a surge in demand. “This isn’t business as usual,” said Jeff Bezos.

19. What People Are Doing to Help Homebound SeniorsВт, 31 мар[−]
Now that many cities have instituted shelter-in-place orders, the need to help seniors who are reluctant or unable to leave their homes is increasing. People are mobilizing via Facebook, Instagram and Nextdoor.

20. The Key to Selling Music in the Streaming Age---From the Man Who Brought You Billie EilishПн, 30 мар[−]
Interscope CEO John Janick says it takes constant releases, integrating jobs—and moving slowly with stars.

21. Government Tracking How People Move Around in PandemicСб, 28 мар[−]
Government officials across the U.S. are using location data from millions of cellphones in a bid to better understand the movements of Americans during the coronavirus pandemic and how they may be affecting the spread of the disease.

22. ICUs Leverage Remote Doctors and Telemedicine to Manage Coronavirus DelugeСб, 28 мар[−]
Hospitals fast-track old and new remote technology to help care for a flood of critically ill Covid-19 patients—and protect on-site health-care workers.

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