How to choose the best cell phone plan for your small business in 2020

Sprint Sprint is in the midst of reorganizing its small business offerings in the wake of its merger with T-Mobile. Today, its small business and cell phone and data plans feature a simple interactive menu that leads to its familiar offerings of Unlimited Basic and Unlimited Premium for $200 and $300 per month respectively for […]

Protect Doctors, Nursing Homes and Small Businesses From Trial Lawyers | Opinion

Democratic and Republican governors in over 20 states understand as much, and have already crafted targeted limited liability shields to protect their most vulnerable residents from the plaintiff bar’s frivolous COVID-19 suits. These state models—which provide targeted protections, not blanket immunity—represent a great start, and the federal government should use them as a springboard to […]

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 9

It will take growth quality as the foundation to shift to exports of services and intangible goods such as software and digital content, encourage links between the country’s various regions to increase exports to markets with which Viet Nam has free trade agreements, improve the competitiveness of export items by capitalising on the city’s comparative […]

Black North Carolina business owners adapt to financial uncertainty amid pandemic

Two-and-a-half hours away in Winston-Salem, Geek in Heels owner Shalisha Morgan said she cried when the stay-home order forced her to shut down her electronic repair kiosk in the Hanes mall. Morgan, who started fixing electronics as a side gig in 2013, had been operating out of the mall for over a year. She told CBS News […]

The UK government sent millions of workers home during the pandemic. They may never return

And as tensions between the two camps build, it’s looking increasingly unlikely that spending five days a week in the office will ever be the norm in the United Kingdom again. “It’s time for a paradigm shift in the way that people work,” said Taylor at the Institute of Employment Rights.

‘I started a fashion business from two suitcases’

‘I was standing at the wrong end of a machine gun’ ‘Someone needs to help parents control their kids’ spending’ The gaming boss who gets addicted to the games ‘My chronic acne inspired me to start my own skincare company’ ‘I used to hate road cycling, now I design biking gear’ Her tailors are working […]

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 8

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the global investment flow is likely to contract by 40% in 2020, but in Vietnam, newly registered capital has risen 6.6% and the number of new FDI projects inched up over 22% during the pandemic, Do Nhat Hoang, head of the ministry’s Foreign Investment Agency (FIA), said while addressing a dialogue […]

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 10

Furthermore, Adani’s renewable energy projects exceeded the total installed capacity of the US solar industry in 2019, whilst they will help reduce over 1.4 billion tonnes of CO2 emissions during the course of the average individual’s lifetime. Indeed, Adani is one of the most integrated solar power manufacturing enterprises globally, with operations in photovoltaic modules […]

Tesco to trial home delivery service by drone

Any expansion of Manna’s drone delivery services will require approval from the Irish Aviation Authority. Manna said that its drones fly at an altitude of 80 metres and a speed of over 50mph – delivering within a 1.2-mile (2km) radius in less than 3 minutes.​

VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 11

Within the framework of the event, the two agencies signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation, under which they will exchange information about policies and measures in support of Vietnamese small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), share experience in organising activities for SMEs, and join hands to organise workshops, exhibitions, fairs and other trade promotion activities […]