The FINANCIAL -- Employees that work from home are unlikely to be less innovative, according to new research by the University of Cologne and the Leibniz University Hannover. The study, conducted by professors Marina Schröder and Bernd Irlenbusch, found that video conferencing among team members can compensate possibly negative effects on innovation when employees work remote from each ...

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The FINANCIAL -- Airbnb Inc’s bookings in major cities across the world have plunged. People are deciding to cancel travel plans because of the coronavirus outbreak. Also, there is an increasing ...

Pixabay Over the past few weeks, people across the world have been turning to new and inventive ways to connect with each other. Whether it is video conferencing, live streaming or just online ...

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