Leading US internet corporations Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Zoom, and Twitter revealed on July 6 that they had suspended the processing of user data requests for Hong Kong.
In the past few months, companies realized the need to adapt their digital transformation faster. Companies that had plans in the pipeline for their organizations have suddenly lost their fear of taking the plunge and managed to make changes in just a few weeks.
Walmart, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Lowe’s, and Home Depot are among the large companies that can claim to have felt the increase of 17.7% in retail sales in May compared to the figures of April. This has surpassed the 8% that had been forecast by many experts.
Aside from the obvious benefits for the environment, being sustainable is proven to improve your company’s reputation and financial value, according to research by the Sustainable Business Network.
Despite the slump in consumer spending during the pandemic, companies such as Glossier and Tenzing have been trekking full steam ahead when it comes to new product launches.
The pandemic has tilted the economy downward, and many people looking for ways to move on. Fortunately, there are companies around who are willing to give out generous grants for research.
Green entrepreneurship, environmentally friendly, and green ventures are a few of the terms that describe the revolutionized green industry that is becoming more and more popular and is being followed by many businesses today.
Internationally, governments are reporting a downfall in businesses and the economy. However, a lot of online businesses now have expanded their services from the local market to the global market space in an attempt to keep their businesses moving along. If your business is one that is facing economic challenges during the pandemic, this could be a solution to help keep you afloat.
According to a recent statement by renowned SAS author Philip Russom, one of the definitions for the term “big data” is based on the 3Vs: volume, variety, and velocity. The latest research on big data and its impact on business backs this up with some interesting findings.
Recent reports indicate that many people are still financially devastated and out of work due to the global pandemic. However, data is showing that the unemployment rate has recently declined.
As the fear of the virus still lingers, the world is beginning to open back up with exuberant levels of caution. As a business owner, you might have become accustomed to seeing your customers filter in and out of your stores.