After explosive online sales during the pandemic, the home-improvement chain credits the cloud with helping it move fast in response to shifting market trends.
Efforts across industries to retool post-pandemic operations with digital technology has made the market for technology talent even more competitive. At the same time, the post-pandemic economic rebound is contributing to consumer price increases.
A presidential panel including regulatory heads is scheduled to meet on dollar-pegged digital currencies potential dangers to capital markets.
Shifts in the global economy over the past few decades have helped keep prices in check, but some economists say these forces have begun to reverse in ways that the pandemic has intensified.
The digital asset fell 41% in the second quarter, according to Dow Jones Market Data, the worst selloff since a 43% drop in the fourth quarter of 2018.
As the economy opens up, companies in sectors such as travel, retail and logistics that saw particularly wild swings in consumer behavior over the past yearfrom canceled vacations and business trips, to a surge in online shopping and home deliveriesare dealing with chaotic trend lines that complicate forecasting efforts.
Amazon.com maintained a large lead in the market for cloud infrastructure, which rents computing, storage and networking capability to users, research firm Gartner said.
The Judiciary Committee approved far-reaching legislation to curb the market dominance of tech giants.
Competition is driving up industrial rents as retailers and logistics providers race to move goods closer to population centers, with some engaging in bidding wars for the most coveted sites.
Grayscale Investments, which operates over-the-counter funds focused on bitcoin and other cryptocurrency, has named Deborah Bussire as its first chief marketing officer.
The strong gains in the depths of the lockdowns have eased as people return to stores. But fulfillment companies are still investing in growth, betting that the way people shop has changed for the long-term.
The labor market is probably as tough as Ive ever seen it, and so weve got to be able to move with speed, and thats where all these tools come into play, said Greg Muccio, the airlines director of talent acquisition.