• Gap struggling to pay store rents, could need massive loan to survive next year

    Gap struggling to pay store rents, could need massive loan to survive next year

    Gap Inc. warned on Thursday it may not survive the next 12 months intact and would need to borrow more funds in the face of widespread coronavirus shutdowns that have crippled the business of clothing retailers globally. The apparel retailer also said it had suspended rent payments for shuttered stores, and was in talks with …
  • Singapore allows teachers to use Zoom again after pervy breaches

    Singapore allows teachers to use Zoom again after pervy breaches

    Officials in Singapore are reportedly letting teachers use Zoom again after intruders allegedly crashed at least one online class last week. The southeast Asian country’s Ministry of Education said teachers will “progressively” resume use of the videoconferencing service with extra security measures in place for at-home lessons amid a coronavirus lockdown, according to local news …
  • 3M Refuses White House Directive to Send Masks from Singapore to U.S., Citing Concern for Asian Medical Workers | National Review

    3M Refuses White House Directive to Send Masks from Singapore to U.S., Citing Concern for Asian Medical Workers | National Review

    N95 respiration masks  Health care manufacturer 3M has resisted pressure from the White House to import about 10 million N95 respirator masks from the company’s hub in Singapore originally destined for Asian countries, in part due to concern for health care workers in those countries, the Financial Times reported on Friday. While 3M agreed to import …