Shops to shipping lines: slower deliveries please

Global container lines are slowing down their ships, partly to save fuel costs and partly to help retail customers who don’t want stock they can no longer sell. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is unparalleled. Get the … Read more Shops to shipping lines: slower deliveries please

Prada VR Epicenter Tokyo

The content is accessible using the most popular VR headsets. and cardboard via mobile only. Almost concurrently with the opening of the New York Epicenter, Prada embarked on its second in Tokyo with the Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. The six-story stand-alone building, situated in the Aoyama district, is one of the most distinctive … Read more Prada VR Epicenter Tokyo

‘No Mask, No Entry:’ Cuomo Says New York Businesses Can Turn Away Unmasked Shoppers

Business owners in New York will be able to deny entry to people not wearing masks or face coverings, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday. The promised executive order from Cuomo comes as restrictions on shops are beginning to loosen around the state, though not yet in New York City. “We’re giving the store owners the … Read more ‘No Mask, No Entry:’ Cuomo Says New York Businesses Can Turn Away Unmasked Shoppers

BREAKING: Boris Johnson announces ‘cautious’ lockdown changes from Monday

Boris Johnson announces from Monday, up to six people will be able to meet outside as long as those from different households remain two metres apart. The PM confirms that, by being able to adjust the lockdown with “cautious” changes, primary schools and nurseries can reopen from Monday. Non-essential retail will also be allowed to … Read more BREAKING: Boris Johnson announces ‘cautious’ lockdown changes from Monday

Could One-Way Systems, No Changing Rooms And Toilets Be The Future Of British Retail? | This Morning

On Monday, Boris Johnson announced that thousands of shops and department stores can get back to business from June the 15th. But, with retailers having to comply with a new set of safety guidance – what can shoppers expect when they re-open? One-way systems, closed changings rooms, no toilets and a limit on the number … Read more Could One-Way Systems, No Changing Rooms And Toilets Be The Future Of British Retail? | This Morning

Assignment Asia: How COVID-19 has transformed classrooms

Remarkably, very few kids worldwide have actually been infected with COVID-19. Still, the outbreak has taken its toll on children of all ages. Some have had to stay home for several weeks, unable to visit parks, or play with their friends. It has taken a mental toll on many. It’s also come at the cost … Read more Assignment Asia: How COVID-19 has transformed classrooms

HK Legislative Council members support national security legislation

Members of the Legislative #Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) have stepped out in public to support the draft decision of the National People’s Congress on national #security legislation for the HKSAR. Also, members of the retail and trade sectors said the stability and business development of Hong Kong can be better … Read more HK Legislative Council members support national security legislation

Coronavirus UK: The new COVID-19 shopping rules as retail reopens in June

Customers will be discouraged from touching items, fitting rooms will be banned, and frequently handled merchandise will be quarantined for 72 hours – these are some of the new rules shops in England will be enforcing as they prepare to reopen from 15 June. Shopping centres are preparing one-way systems to control traffic, with queues … Read more Coronavirus UK: The new COVID-19 shopping rules as retail reopens in June

Finding A New Job in the Pandemic

Retail veteran Robin Rycroft has been working in the industry for 40 years. He was most recently a regional manager of a U.K. retail chain until he lost his job during the Covid-19 pandemic. Through the #FeedTheNation initiative by recruitment firm Staffline Group, Rycroft found a new job in a supermarket warehouse. The initiative is … Read more Finding A New Job in the Pandemic

Should Dominic Cummings Be Sacked? | This Morning

After Boris Johnson’s advisor Dominic Cummings attempted to justify his lockdown trip to Durham during an unexpected press conference yesterday – is Mr Cummings’ resignation on the horizon, or could he be forced out? Tony Blair’s former aide Alistair Campbell joins us, alongside Nick Ferrari and Camilla Tominey discuss that, plus the rest of the … Read more Should Dominic Cummings Be Sacked? | This Morning

U.K.’s Johnson Says Shops Will Be Able to Re-Open From June 15

May.25 — U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said outdoor markets and car showrooms will be able to re-open from June 1, as soon as they are able to meet the coronavirus guidelines to protect shoppers and workers, and all non-essential retail outlets will be expected to be able to reopen from June 15 if the government … Read more U.K.’s Johnson Says Shops Will Be Able to Re-Open From June 15

Boris Johnson announces non-essential retail to reopen from June

Boris Johnson has announced that non-essential retail will begin to re-open from the start of June. Open markets and car dealerships will open from June 1 if they follow safety guidance, while other non-essential shops like department stores will re-open from June 15. The Prime Minister also continued to back his Dominic Cummings as the … Read more Boris Johnson announces non-essential retail to reopen from June

BREAKING: Coronavirus briefing: Some retail shops may open by mid-June

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that there have been 121 new coronavirus deaths across all settings since yesterday, bringing the total to 36,914.  He went on to thank the public for adhearing to lockdown rules, saying that outdoor markets and car showrooms can open by June 1st. Other non-essential shops can open if they … Read more BREAKING: Coronavirus briefing: Some retail shops may open by mid-June

Chinese authorities to accelerate building of 5G network, internet of things

China’s top political planners explained the country’s economic policies for the rest of the year. Officials said the first four months of 2020 witnessed an increase in online retail sales volume by 8.6 percent year on year, which accounted for over 24 percent of the overall consumer goods consumption. Deputy Director of the National Development … Read more Chinese authorities to accelerate building of 5G network, internet of things

Henry Tang Ying-yen on how Hong Kong’s future shapes up

Tourism and retail are two big contributors to Hong Kong’s economy, but they were hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and months of often-violent protests. The economy, which is already in recession, suffered its worst contraction on record in the first three months of the year, and its unemployment rate rose to the highest in … Read more Henry Tang Ying-yen on how Hong Kong’s future shapes up