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If the talks between Amazon and Bharti Airtel are successful, Amazon will buy a 5 percent stake in this Indian telecommunications company.
On the table are different options such as partnerships and collaborations. One of these is that Amazon and Bharti Airtel may opt for cross service understanding that would enable their customers access the services of the parties cheaply. This could ensure that Amazon services are extended to Bharti customers at reduced costs.
This Startup Was Ready for Covid-19, Thanks to a Hurricane
The co-founders of Wovenware spent three years preparing to shelter everyone in the office in case of disaster. In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which devastated Puerto Rico in 2017, they moved their San Juan-based company to a location three times the size of the old one. The new office would allow a large influx of people to be comfortable; it was safely distant from other buildings and power lines. They increased server redundancy in the cloud, and bought a generator big enough to power operations for two weeks.
A new free tool for charity leaders aims to help improve digital skills during Covid-19 with tips on things like setting up services and homeworking. The digital checklist has been developed as part of the Charity Digital Code of Practice, which launched in November 2018, and has been created in partnership with Catalyst.
New car registrations sank 89 per cent to the record-lowest May for motor sales since 1952, according to official figures published today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
Just 20,247 motors were registered - down from 183,725 in May 2019 - as 'click and collect' sales during the month failed to spark UK sales to bounce back at a similar rate as it has in other markets across Europe.
Venture capital is pulling back but Voyager is ‘in for the long run’
Space startups have been hit hard during the coronavirus pandemic as venture capital has retreated. Matthew Kuta, president and chief operating officer of Voyager Space Holdings, says the crisis has laid bare a fundamental mismatch between venture investors focused on making quick profits and what space companies need to be successful, which is a long-term commitment.
Coatue’s $350 million data-driven ‘quant fund’ made a swift exit from the market in early April — having realised the coronavirus pandemic had rendered its algorithm unreliable, Business Insider reports.
Turns out there’s at least two quant funds doing just fine, and they both rely heavily on artificial intelligence.
Toronto’s Castle Ridge Asset Management, which trades some $100 million in assets, made 2.6% in March with its “self-evolving” AI system that works with large-cap stocks.
Over in Sweden, Volt Capital Management AB (in charge of roughly $30 million in assets) has returned a loin-tickling 24% to investors this year.
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to call an emergency budget in July to tackle recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
Over the last week, the Government has revealed details of how it will extend the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and has also announced another leg to the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme.