Spanish Football Could Restart By Middle Of June: Reports

According to reports, the top football clubs of the La Liga – the top domestic football arena of Spain, will begin testing their players for Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, in what is being described as the first step towards restarting the league in the country in June, The imposition of one of…

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Effectiveness Of Coronavirus Vaccine Should Be Known To UK Researchers By July

Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca said on Thursday that whether the company’s Covid-19 vaccine is effective or not will be known by the end of July. The development and distribution of the vaccine, which is currently being researched by the Jenner Institute and Oxford Vaccine Group, has been done by it in partnership with the Oxford University,…

Five Foreign Websites Of Amazon Blacklisted By Trump Administration

The United States administration has placed on its blacklist five foreign websites of the online retail giant Amazon. The list, which is called a “notorious markets” register, saw the entry of the e-commerce platforms of Amazon in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, India and Canada. The sale of counterfeit and pirated products have been facilitated…

Post Lockdown, Flexible Working To Be The Norm, Says Barclays And WPP Chiefs

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, flexible working is set to become the new normal to keep the workforce healthy amid, predicts the chief executives of Barclays and WPP, as they view that there will no longer be crowded city centre offices and rush hours. A more de-centralised approach to staff working, which could include the chances…

Airbus’s Q1 Profits Tumble Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

European plane making giant Airbus reported a 49 per cent drop in operating profit in the first quarter, at 281 million euros ($304.7m), against a revenue drop of 15 per cent, at   10.631 billion euros ($11.56bn). The current situation was the “gravest crisis the aerospace industry has ever known”, said Airbus Chief Executive Guillaume Faury.…

After Massive Loss Second Quarter Loss, Boeing Announced 16,000 Job Cuts

After reporting a massive loss in the first quarter, United States based airplane maker Boeing said that it will cut down on its staff and slash production. The coronavirus pandemic has virtually eliminated demand for air travel across the world and Boeing is yet to get out of the economic impact of the global grounding…

Analysts Say Microsoft’s Revenue From Remote Work Related Business Will Surge

According to analysts, while the novel coronavirus pandemic will impact Microsoft Corp’s businesses such as revenues from advertisements on its LinkedIn social network, and a few other areas, the company is also expected to have offset that drop in business by a growth in its cloud computing services and collaboration tools such as the Teams…