When herd behaviour is used for selfishness, all you’re left with is a smug sense of entitlement, writes Charlene Naidoo.
Huawei drove into its post-Google era Thursday with a flagship smartphone that uses none of the Android maker's apps now that the Chinese group has been blacklisted by US authorities.
In a global coronavirus pandemic, delivery drivers have become as essential as first responders, providing food and other basics for millions of people.
According to industry sources, Boeing plans to restart production of its 737 Max airplane in May, after a months-long halt sparked by a safety ban on the best-selling jet.
Amazon.com said it's temporarily closing a small New York warehouse after one of its associates tested positive for the coronavirus. As Fred Katayama reports, it highlights the operational risk it faces as the disease spreads.
Amazon said it would hire 100 000 warehouse and delivery workers in the United States to deal with a surge in online orders, as many consumers have turned to the web to meet their needs during the coronavirus outbreak.
Apple is reopening all 42 of its branded stores in China on Friday. As Fred Katayama reports, that could stem the massive sales slide its iPhones experienced in February.
IAG, owner of British Airways and Spanish carrier Iberia, has said it would slash the group's flight capacity by 75% during April and May owing to the coronavirus outbreak.
Sasol said it may sell assets or stock to ease its financial woes after an oil-price collapse exacerbated a debt burden swelled by a troubled expansion in the US.
Bitcoin plunged at one point sinking through $6 000 for the first time since May as a sell-off in cryptocurrencies became a rout amid wider market turmoil sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sales for Apple and other smartphone makers slumped in China in February as the coronavirus kept shoppers at home.
South African banks are being criticised by labour unions and small business owners for not doing enough to help struggling customers as the coronavirus lockdown looms.
Instagram unveiled a new feature on Tuesday allowing users to connect more easily over video and shared content as part of a move to ease isolation stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Companies all over the world are joining in the battle against coronavirus, helping to make ventilators, face masks and hand sanitizer.
FedEx withdrew its earnings outlook for 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak. But as Fred Katayama reports, shares rose in early trading Wednesday as some investors bet it'll benefit from ecommerce boosted by the practice of social distancing.
Facebook said on Tuesday it was offering $100 million to help small businesses in 30 countries cope with the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
France's competition authority slapped a record €1.1 billion (R20.4bn) fine on US tech giant Apple for anti-competitive behaviour towards its retail distributors.
Nike, Lululemon Athletica and Under Armour on Sunday said they would close stores in the United States and other markets, joining a growing list of major retailers moving to help limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Boeing Chief Executive David Calhoun sought to pivot from a bruising period of crisis and scandal, pledging a renewed commitment to safety and transparency and endorsing the long-term viability of the 737 MAX plane.
Adidas shares tumbled Wednesday after it warned of a $1bn hit from the coronavirus.
Amazon began offering its "just walk out" technology to other retailers in a move aimed at boosting the use of the cashierless store system.
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