Silicon Valley and Seattle giants – Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Twitter – were the first to send their employees home as the virus spread to the U.S. Now they’re among the last to return them to the office. Some of their employees might never go back.
Following a shift to work-from-home routines, U.S. office workers are ready to embrace permanent flexible schedules as the new workplace norm.
A day after releasing long-planned updates to the Community Reinvestment Act, Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting resigned, effective May 29. The OCC’s first deputy and Chief Operating Officer, Brian Brooks, will become acting comptroller of the currency, the OCC announced Thursday.
Completed in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Luke’s Hospital’s new $14-million intensive care unit incorporates the latest health care designs including universal private rooms and a video monitoring system to support patient-nurse communication.
TJX Cos. plans to reopen all 1,600 of its stores nationwide, as soon as local government regulations allow.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Thursday announced the city was taking steps to help restaurants as they try to reopen, from removing or streamlining what his office called “outdated” regulations to creating a process to increase outdoor seating.
The president of a regional Federal Reserve bank that will oversee a groundbreaking business lending program said Wednesday that he thinks a slower-than-expected recovery from the economic downturn would lead companies to seek critical support from the program.
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