|Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce join effort to develop COVID-19 vaccination digital passport|
|Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce join a push for digital vaccination credentials.|
|Salesforce to Acquire Slack for $27.7 Billion |
The move caps an acquisitive streak by Salesforce and ends Slack’s run as an independent publicly traded company.
|Salesforce buying Slack in $27.7B deal|
|Companies Bet Big on Working From Home |
Salesforce’s approach for Slack is a sign of things to come.
|Cloud wars heat up as Salesforce zeros in on Slack|
|Salesforce to add 12,000 jobs over the next year|
|Salesforce.com to cut 1,000 jobs|
|Farewell to Gummy Bear Jars: Tech Offices Get a Virus Safety Makeover |
Companies like Salesforce created workplaces with all the comforts of home. But now they may feel more like hospitals.
|The Week in Business: Who’s Ready to Go Shopping? |
The country’s economy is starting to reopen. But health officials warn against moving too fast.
|Salesforce and Other Silicon Valley Firms Are Using Corporate Connections to Buy Masks for Hospitals |
Marc Benioff, Tim Cook and others are applying their clout to critical supply shortages.
|Marc Benioff’s $25 Million Blitz to Buy Protective Gear From China |
A call from a university chancellor set in motion a private sector effort to procure 50 million masks, gowns and swabs for American medical facilities.
|Frantic for Coronavirus Gear, Americans in Need Turn to China’s Elite |
People and companies with vested interest in sustaining the U.S.-China relationship are stepping in as ties fray between the two countries.
|Bono helps Ireland’s search for coronavirus medical supplies|
|Companies hiring for work-from-home jobs during coronavirus|
|Administration Turns to Private Firms to Help Process Small Business Aid |
The Small Business Administration is hiring companies, some with political connections, to ensure it can handle the flood of applications for help in the wake of the economy’s stall.