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  • Survey highlights the heavy cost of business downtime for SMBs

    Downtime due to issues with IT systems have affected nearly a quarter of small and medium business in the last year.

    TechRadar
  • Google Maps can now highlight wheelchair-accessible businesses

    Google today announced a major accessibility update for Maps in recognition of Global Accessibility Awareness Day: the app now makes it much easier to find wheelchair-accessible locations. To activate the feature, simply head on over to Google Maps‘ Settings, tap ‘accessibility settings,’ and then toggle ‘accessible places.’ You’ll then see a wheelchair icon if the business or location has an accessible entrance. If it does, you can tap on the location to see a more detailed breakdown, such as...

    The Next Web
  • Reopening: It's back to business, but not business as usual

    NEW YORK (AP) " This is what 'normal' will look like for the foreseeable future.In Connecticut, restaurants are reopening with outdoor-only dining and tables 6 feet apart. In Beverly Hills, California, the rich and glamorous are doing their shopping from the curb along Rodeo Drive. And preschools around the U.S. plan to turn social distancing into an arts-and-crafts project by teaching kids how to 'create their own space' with materials such as yarn and masking tape.As the U.S. [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • Business to Europe: Get busy on stimulus

    Big business is urging European leaders to step up their fiscal stimulus to counter the downturn from the virus

    ABC News
  • Business to Europe: Get busy on stimulus

    Big business is urging European leaders to step up their fiscal stimulus to counter the downturn from the virus

    ABC News
  • Business to Europe: Get busy on stimulus

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Major business groups in Germany, France and Italy are urging European governments to ramp up their joint fiscal stimulus efforts against the economic downturn cased by the

    WTOP
  • Back to business, but not business as usual as nations open

    NEW YORK (AP) " This is what 'normal' will look like for the foreseeable future.In Connecticut, restaurants are reopening with outdoor-only dining and tables 6 feet (2 meters) apart. In Beverly Hills, California, the rich and glamorous are doing their shopping from the curb along Rodeo Drive. And preschools around the U.S. plan to turn social distancing into an arts-and-crafts project by teaching kids how to 'create their own space' with things like yarn and masking tape.As the [

    The Palm Beach Post