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Zoom could be the next great video chat app, but rampant security concerns have left room for Microsoft to swoop in
Zoom has exploded in popularity, but privacy concerns have dogged the relatively new app. Giants like Microsoft might pick up the pieces.
‘Thank-yous don’t pay my bills’: Essential workers feeding America during the coronavirus pandemic aren’t ‘heroes’...
As essential workers are celebrated, some say they would prefer to receive better benefits and pay than appreciation without compensation.
The company could manage one of those developments, but having two occur at the same time could be challenging.
As some red-state leaders wake up to the dangers of the coronavirus, they reveal either their ignorance or their continued dishonesty in the face of a...
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia didn't know until recently that asymptomatic carriers could infect others, a fact widely reported for weeks.
2020 got off to a decent start in January and February, but shutdowns in the second half of March had an immediate negative impact.
General Motors and Ford are ramping up ventilator production to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s where they are now.
GM expects to be able to produce 10,000 ventilators per week when operations gear up. Ford is locating parts ahead of manufacturing.
China censored people who spoke out about the coronavirus, but there’s reason to believe the country’s numbers are still trustworthy
Because China was secretive about SARS and has censored whistleblowers, some still think its coronavirus numbers aren't trustworthy.
Tom Brady signed one of the biggest contracts in NFL free agency, and got exactly what he wanted from leaving the Patriots
Tom Brady got a pay raise, a team that wanted him in the Buccaneers, better skill players, and even better weather in his free agency move.
2019 was the year of plant-based "beef," but 2020 is the year of the plant-based "chicken." Here's why chicken alternatives are poised to take over.
America’s 1.8 million truck drivers can’t work from home and often lack health insurance — and that may stymie the fight against cor...
Truckers face a "constellation" of health issues and are more likely to smoke and have diabetes — conditions that make the coronavirus more deadly.