Amazon.com Inc, the second-largest U.S. private employer, told its staff on Monday it will pay up to $4,000 in travel expenses annually for non-life threatening medical treatments including abortions, reports said.
From Dior to Chanel, Bottega Veneta to Louis Vuitton, luxury houses and brands such as Diesel or Drome are multiplying their artistic initiatives in Venice, where the 59th Art Biennale has just kicked off.
Johnson & Johnson on Tuesday cut its full-year profit expectation and said it could no longer provide a forecast for sales of its COVID-19 vaccine because of demand uncertainty as well as surplus supply of other shots.
Emilie Benoit-Vernay, who took charge of Shopify’s French business in 2019, has been named head of southern Europe expansion (for France, Italy and Spain) by the Canadian digital retail solution provider.
The world's biggest shipping lines MSC and Maersk on Tuesday suspended container shipping to and from Russia, deepening the country’s isolation as its invasion of Ukraine sparks an exodus of Western companies.
Dubai’s international airport remains the world's first for passenger numbers, and by 2024 it plans to return close to its pre-pandemic levels, from which it is still “quite far,” as its CEO told the AFP agency.
YouTube on Thursday elaborated on its blockchain and metaverse plans for 2022, saying it could harness the emerging technologies to cut fraud, and offer a more social viewing experience for gaming content.