Tech companies are seizing the market moment

The biggest tech companies strengthened their hold on the global economy during the pandemic. Now, the industry is leveraging a moment of market euphoria to gear up for what comes next.



a person standing in front of a store: NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 22: People wear protective face masks outside Salesforce Tower as the city continues Phase 4 of re-opening following restrictions imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus on September 22, 2020 in New York City. The fourth phase allows outdoor arts and entertainment, sporting events without fans and media production. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images)


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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 22: People wear protective face masks outside Salesforce Tower as the city continues Phase 4 of re-opening following restrictions imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus on September 22, 2020 in New York City. The fourth phase allows outdoor arts and entertainment, sporting events without fans and media production. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images)

What’s happening: Airbnb and DoorDash could raise billions of dollars through initial public offerings, while Salesforce’s purchase of messaging platform Slack for nearly $28 billion is a bet on the future of work.

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This week has brought a flurry of tech deal activity as investment bankers help companies prepare for life after 2020.

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Computer-aided Facility Management (CAFM) Market Size Outlook 2025: Top Companies, Trends, Growth Factors Details by Regions, Types and Applications

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Dec 01, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware The ‘ Computer-aided Facility Management (CAFM) market’ research report is latest addition by Market Study Report, LLC, that elucidates relevant market and competitive insights as well as regional and consumer information. In a nutshell, the research study covers every pivotal aspect of this business sphere that influences the existing trends, profitability position, market share, market size, regional valuation, and business expansion plans of key players in the Computer-aided Facility Management (CAFM) market.

This recent study of the Computer-aided Facility Management (CAFM) market contains a thorough evaluation of this industry vertical. According to the report, the market will record decent returns by the end of the forecast period, while registering a substantial growth rate throughout this duration.

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GoodFirms Discloses Trustworthy Mobile App Development Companies for Business During COVID-19 Pandemic

WASHINGTON, Dec. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the necessity for digital transformation. These days, mobile apps have been increasing and demanding for apps like shopping, entertaining, socializing gaming, and many more. The behavior of mobile users is indicating a shift in how they are interacting with their favorite brands.

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Therefore, various industries that were not leveraging mobile apps are now considering to build an app for their business. It is also helping the varied sectors of enterprises solve the specific challenges they face because of the worldwide health crisis. The apps have given enterprises new opportunities to make new revenue streams and deliver value-added services to customers.

As the demand has increased for creating sorts of mobile apps like ecommerce, enterprise, healthcare, education, financial, social, entertainment, game, and much more, several service providers in the market claim to be the best. Thus to help the

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Show-Stopping New Apartment Residences By M. Shapiro Development Company & MJC Companies Set The New Standard

Show-Stopping New Apartment Residences By M. Shapiro Development Company & MJC Companies Set The New Standard

Show-Stopping New Apartment Residences By M. Shapiro Development Company & MJC Companies Set The New Standard

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COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich., Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Barrington Apartment Homes, Michigan’s most stylish new apartment community was thoughtfully designed and flawlessly executed at Pontiac Trail and M-5, Commerce Township in the heart of western Oakland County’s Lake District. Barrington was created by Michigan-based developers M. Shapiro Development Company and MJC Companies, both nationally recognized for their financial strength and visionary design approach to sophisticated modern living. Nothing was compromised during the design and construction of this $75 million luxury community.



MJC Companies’ Principal, Michael A. Chirco commented, “Barrington is our response to the growing market of upscale singles, couples and families that are seeking apartments with premium features and

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The impact of COVID-19 on Indoor Location Software Market 2026 Global Size, Key Companies, Trends, Growth and Regional Forecasts Research

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Nov 30, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
The Indoor Location Software market report provides a detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country-level market size, segmentation market growth, market share, competitive Landscape, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value chain optimization, trade regulations, recent developments, opportunities analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, area marketplace expanding, and technological innovations.

A comprehensive estimate on the Indoor Location Software market has been provided through an optimistic scenario as well as a conservative scenario, taking into account the sales of Indoor Location Software during the forecast period. Price point comparison by region with global average price is also considered in the study.

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Summary of Indoor Location Software Market:

The global Indoor Location Software market size is expected to gain

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Why tech companies should consider moving to Canada during COVID-19

  • Yung Wu is an entrepreneur, VC, and the CEO of MaRS Discovery District, a startup innovation hub located in Toronto.
  • Amid the pandemic and surge in remote work options, Wu says tech founders and workers should look beyond Silicon Valley to expand their businesses.
  • In Canada, Wu says private and public sectors are able to collaborate for effectively, and that various funding programs, pandemic-related grants, and wage subsidies allow employers to operate with more support. 
  • An immigrant himself, Wu adds that Canada’s warm embrace of diversity and immigration makes it a excellent destination for innovators of all backgrounds to enjoy high quality of life.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Even before the pandemic, Silicon Valley was already facing challenges. Tech companies were bleeding workers due to less-than-helpful White House visa policies and the unintended consequences of the longest bull market cycle in history. These factors and several others

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Phone and internet customers reveal debt trouble with telco companies during pandemic

Phone and internet customers say they are being disconnected, harassed by debt collectors and generally treated harshly by their telco providers when they need help, negatively impacting mental health.

The Consumer Action Law Centre has released a report detailing stories of people struggling to pay their phone and internet bills, with some fearing homelessness due to losing their job during the pandemic.

Despite a federal moratorium on evictions and banks allowing mortgage repayments to be deferred during the pandemic, debt collectors have continued to contact telco customers demanding repayments.

James* was one of those customers.

The 23-year-old lives in Melbourne and identifies as Aboriginal. He’s studying for a Cert III and receives JobSeeker and the Mobility Allowance for his disability.

He was contacted by debt collectors for multiple debts, including for a buy-now-pay-later purchase, a payday loan, a consumer lease and a Telstra debt of nearly $3,000 from three years

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Massive Amazon Web Services outages hits companies across internet

Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud-computing platform that’s the digital backbone to numerous different businesses, has suffered a major outage .



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The problems on Wednesday affected numerous firms including the streaming platform Roku, creative software manufacturer Adobe, and high-profile news outlets including the Wall Street Journal.

Amazon-affiliated businesses were not spared either. Users of Ring, the Amazon-owned smart home security camera company, couldn’t log in and watch video at points, while the outage also hit The Washington Post, which Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos owns privately.

“We are actively working toward full recovery for all affected services, and will continue to provide updates regularly as we have new information to share,” Amazon wrote on the update page for the AWS incident, which appears to be linked to a series of Amazon facilities in northern Virginia.

Though less high-profile than Amazon’s web store, AWS, founded

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False claim that voting software companies have closed

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President-elect Joe Biden is denouncing President Donald Trump as the “most irresponsible president in American history.” Biden warned that “incredibly damaging messages are being sent to the rest of the world about how democracy functions.” (Nov. 19)

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The claim: Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic have closed and their executives are on the run

In the weeks since the election, numerous false claims have cropped up about Dominion Voting Systems, a company that sells electronic voting software used to help conduct elections across the United States.

Some users claimed that the company’s machines deleted and switched votes cast for President Donald Trump. USA TODAY debunked that.

Others claimed links between the company and Democrats, like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Diane Feinstein. USA TODAY found those claims to be misleading, too.

Smartmatic, another company that makes electronic voting software, has also been the subject of post-election misinformation

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WB Development Partners and New Era Companies Break Ground on a New Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital in Greenfield, WI

Nobis Rehabilitation Partners Will Manage the Operations of the Inpatient Rehab Hospital

MILWAUKEE (PRWEB) November 24, 2020

WB Development Partners and New Era Companies, two innovative companies partnering together in the healthcare development sector, recently purchased land at 3200 S. 103rd St., Greenfield, Wisconsin. The Milwaukee Rehabilitation Hospital at Greenfield’s design is a three-story model with 40 private rooms and two therapy gyms with state of the art technologies.

People with debilitating illnesses and injuries such as stroke, brain injury, and other complex neurological and orthopedic diseases and injuries will be cared for under the management of Nobis Rehabilitation Partners. A comprehensive team of physicians and therapists will customize each patient’s intensive rehab program with an interdisciplinary rehab team approach during their inpatient stay.

“Our team looks forward to the construction progress on this inpatient rehab hospital and bringing additional healthcare services to the Milwaukee/Greenfield community. The Milwaukee Rehabilitation Hospital

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