Amazon will allow many of its employees to work from home until at least January 8, 2021, it announced on Wednesday, extending the company’s remote work guidelines which had originally been set to expire in October. The decision, which was first reported by CNBC, suggests that the tech giant is skeptical that the US will be able to contain the novel coronavirus in 2020. Amazon’s new work from...
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To paraphrase Tolstoy, each unhappy TV channel is unhappy in its own way. And as illustrated by the leadup to the Wednesday exit of CNN’s CEO, Chris Licht, the cable news channel hasn’t been a happy place lately. That’s not likely to change now that Licht is gone. Beyond the gossipy drama behind his departure is the reality that CNN and its corporate parent, Warner Bros. Discovery, are both...
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