As inflation rises, workers who are keeping up are those who quit to take a better job | CBC News
With inflation cutting into workers' spending power and businesses complaining of staff shortages, you might think now would be the time for a dramatic resurgence in the kind of labour activity Canada has not seen since the 1970s.
Three Ways Data Analytics Will Progress in 2022 and Beyond - DATAVERSITY
Most industries have seen tremendous change due to the pandemic over the past two years, which has brought new and ever-evolving data that businesses need to make sense of.
Port of Boston welcomes its biggest container ship ever
BOSTON (AP) - The largest container ship ever to call on the Port of Boston arrived Sunday following an $850 million project to make way for larger vessels.
The American canned meat that's undeniably Asian: four recipes with Spam
There are few food items across the world as divisive as Spam, the small can of processed pork that inspires eitherlove or revulsion.
New COVID drugs are here - you just need to find them
Simple, easy and effective COVID-fighting pills are arriving in California's pharmacies, offering hope as cases soar and immunity falls.
Samsung manufactured over 300 million units in 2021, Galaxy S21 lineup underperformed
According to a report obtained by The Elec, Samsung missed its 2021 goal for smartphones shipped and there are several reasons why, one of which is the underperforming Galaxy S21 lineup.
Analysis | Madison, Majorities and the Threat to the Republic
John Harris, the founding editor of Politico, kicked up a flap last week by questioning the basis of partisan polarization, suggesting that the deep divisions in U.S. politics really came down to the cultural and psychological antipathies between Americans who like and dislike former President Donald Trump.
Omicron likely to slow UK bounceback from Covid shock to economy
It has taken a year and a half but the UK economy has regained the ground lost during the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Six fashion brands pushing circular design beyond recycling
A new book by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation features pioneering fashion designers and brands who share their approach to designing for a circular economy.
Analysis | Dear Rivals, TSMC Can and Will Outspend You All
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. spent a record $30 billion last year on factories that churn out the world's most-advanced chips. It seems that wasn't enough.