General Electric is saying goodbye to the light bulb. After years of failing to find a buyer, GE will finally sell its 129-year-old lighting division which was founded by Thomas Edison.
Japanese government officials are calling for action against cyberbullying, amid a national outpouring of grief after the death of professional wrestler and reality television star Hana Kimura. She was a cast on the latest season of the Netflix show "Terrace House."
Japan has lifted the state of emergency across the nation and businesses have reopened and social activities have slowly resumed. Abe said regarding the Tokyo Olympics that the development of a coronavirus vaccine was “significant” for the country being able to host the event in its complete form.
Hertz filed for bankruptcy protection. It was unable to withstand the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled global travel and with it, the heavily indebted 102-year-old car rental company’s business.
Netflix says it will now start to cancel accounts that have watched nothing in more than a year, but have still been paying subscription fees. The move would save forgetful customers money.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook will start allowing its 50,000 employees and new recruits to work from home on a permanent basis, adding to a small but growing number of tech companies that have embraced decentralized work during the coronavirus pandemic.
The pandemic has exposed fashion’s ongoing issues with waste and overproduction, but advance pre-orders could be an effective way to avoid excess and create only what the consumer demands.
TikTok, the first Chinese app to become a global phenomenon, has taken another step to distance itself from its Chinese roots. It appointed top Disney streaming executive Kevin Mayer as its new CEO, responsible for driving its global expansion efforts.
Every situation in life is temporary. So, when life is good, make sure you enjoy and receive it fully. And when life is not so good, remember that it will not last forever and better days are on the way.
A cafe in Germany celebrated its grand reopening after lockdown by handing out pool noodles to maintain social distancing. While people enjoyed the company and the weather, the motto at the cafe was: "Keep the social distance."