The delta variant is spreading in the developing world with high infection rates

The delta variant of the coronavirus that is rapidly becoming dominant in most parts of the world is now taking a heavy toll on dozens of developing countries, where vaccination…

China markets remnants of the Anbang empire for $5.2 billion مليار

Anbang’s Chinese remains have been valued at more than $5.2 billion in the latest attempt by state watchdogs to dissolve the once high-flying group led by imprisoned billionaire Wu Xiaohui.…

Democrats are weighing Jay Powell’s support as Fed leadership option looms

Brad Sherman, a California Democrat in the House of Representatives, was secretly saying what many in his party believed when President Joe Biden called for Jay Powell to be reappointed…

Inditex and the future of retail: ‘Don’t believe in the death of the high street’

The two silver boxes, about 2 metres in height, look more like dry cleaning units than a big step towards the future of retail. But, as a line of trousers on…

Medical device industry tests UK plans for post-Brexit divergence

Industry experts have warned of hopes that the UK could become a global innovation hub for new medical devices after Brexit, if the UK moved away from EU standards in…

Humble workers have no place to hide

Do average workers thrive more when they work from home or when they are in the office? This wasn’t a question I thought much of before the pandemic, although if…

DeepMind’s Laila Ibrahim: ‘It’s hard not to go through impostor syndrome’

Laila Ibrahim is the first female CEO of a company deep mindOne of the most famous artificial intelligence companies in the world. She has no formal background in artificial intelligence…

US banks ramp up spending on talent and technology

Costs at major US banks jumped more than $6.6 billion, or 10 percent, in the fourth quarter from the same period last year, as executives pushed talent and technology to…

Let’s break the silence about IVF in the workplace

Many women who undergo fertility treatment still hide it from employers for fear of dismissal Source link

Neighbors angry at ‘infernal noise’ in Vatican-owned London flat

A luxury £30,000-a-week apartment in central London owned by the Vatican has become the subject of complaints from locals about what they claim is “hell noise” from late-night gatherings. Some…