[ad_1] The Small Business Administration has told nearly 8,000 businesses that their personal information was exposed on the official SBA website, a spokesperson confirmed to Business Insider. The leak affects businesses who submitted economic relief applications through the SBA website. …Read More »
Many of the world's airlines could be bankrupt by May because of the COVID-19 crisis, according to an aviation consultancy. These airlines have already collapsed because of the pandemic.
[ad_1] The aviation consultant CAPA warned that “most” of the world’s airlines could be bankrupt by the end of May, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Although President Donald Trump signed a $58 billion bailout for the airline industry into …Read More »
Facebook, Google, and Apple are using data from millions of users to map COVID-19 and people's movements. Here are all the coronavirus maps and dashboards made by tech giants you can explore today.
[ad_1] Apple, Google, and Facebook are collecting data on people’s movement from smartphone apps and using it to show where people have reduced their mobility or reported coronavirus symptoms. The three tech giants have had access to this data for …Read More »
TV advertising is a mess — these 23 industry insiders are working to fix it
[ad_1] The TV industry is undergoing massive changes as people flee from traditional TV to streaming platforms and advertisers shift big money from TV to over-the-top services. And now, the coronavirus crisis is expected to accelerate viewers’ shift away from …Read More »
FLAC vs. MP3 – Why You Should Consider Converting Your Music Collection to FLAC
[ad_1] In the age of streaming apps such as Spotify, owning your own music file collection is nowhere near as common as it was a decade ago. Nonetheless, improvements to storage technology mean that FLAC music libraries are nowhere near …Read More »
WeWork's ex-CEO Adam Neumann reportedly plans to sue SoftBank for reneging on its $3 billion share deal
[ad_1] Disgraced ex-WeWork CEO Adam Neumann reportedly intends to sue the coworking firm’s major backer, SoftBank, for reneging on a $3 billion offer to buy WeWork shares. That’s according to a letter seen by Bloomberg, which was sent by SoftBank’s …Read More »
A Silicon Valley lawyer who works on tech offerings thinks the IPO window could reopen later this year. But he says only a very small group of companies will be able to go public.
[ad_1] Startups hoping to go public could have a window of opportunity in September and October, assuming the economy and markets, upturned by the coronavirus crisis, have stabilized by then, said Rick Kline, who works with companies preparing for IPOs …Read More »
The new CEO of IBM said it's withdrawing its outlook amid deep uncertainty in the market, but he vowed a new period of growth 'as we emerge from the pandemic' (IBM)
[ad_1] Arvind Krishna gave his first earnings report as the tech giant’s new CEO, breaking with his predecessor’s style by actually leading the call with Wall Street analysts. Krishna said the company faces much uncertainty, but he said IBM was …Read More »
Jennifer Morgan is stepping down as co-CEO of SAP after just 6 months, with Christian Klein staying on as solo CEO (SAP)
[ad_1] SAP co-CEO Jennifer Morgan is stepping down after just six months in that position. Christian Klein will remain as solo CEO. SAP said the company decided that a dual CEO structure was not ideal for the current market which …Read More »
Some wealthy Silicon Valley bigwigs have reportedly already scurried to their doomsday shelters in New Zealand
[ad_1] Some wealthy Silicon Valley execs have reportedly already escaped to their doomsday hideout shelters nestled in New Zealand during the COVID-19 pandemic. Those with money in the Valley, as well as in other lucrative industries, have become known in …Read More »