Google Launches ‘Mobility Reports’ to Monitor Social Distancing
Public health officials said the data could be helpful as they make critical decisions to combat COVID-19.
Zoom Issues Apology After Security Lapses
The company promised to freeze work on other features and focus entirely on privacy for 90 days.
Whiting Petroleum Files for Bankruptcy Amid Oil Price Plunge
The company has enough liquidity to keep operating during the restructuring without the need for additional financing.
Zoom’s Privacy Practices Questioned Amid Rising Popularity
The New York Attorney General wants to know what measures the video conferencing app is taking to ensure user privacy.
Mortgage Company Suspends Lending for Two Weeks
Impac Mortgage hopes the pause will give the Fed's efforts to stabilize the mortgage-backed security markets time to take effect.
Cybersecurity Insurer Chubb Hit With Possible Ransomware Attack
The company said it had no evidence the incident affected its own network and remains fully operational.
Jobless Claims Smash Record
Unemployment claims surged to 3.28 million last week as more Americans become displaced due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Target Pulls Financial Outlook Amid ‘Unprecedented’ Demand
The retailer said it saw a surge in traffic and sales beginning in mid-March.
Ford Partners With 3M and GE to Make Respirators and Ventilators
The urgently needed medical equipment and supplies are needed to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Payroll Processors, CPAs Call for Small-Business Support
“Small businesses need to make payroll now — the clock is ticking.”
Senate Floats Airline Stimulus Amid Criticism
Nikki Haley resigned from the Boeing board of directors and Chuck Schumer suggested banning share buybacks.