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Covid-19: No outsourcing for these business processes management companies
Covid-19: No outsourcing for these business processes management companies

BPM companies are caught between mobility curbs and client protocol that disallows work-from-home. Experts are of the view that the Indian BPO industry faces significant challenges in the short and medium term due to the Covid-19 related restrictions. Analysts say companies face challenges in organising thousands of computers and internet connections to employees at short notice, impacting work.

IT, data panel to work with Microsoft, Cisco for info flow to tackle Covid
IT, data panel to work with Microsoft, Cisco for info flow to tackle Covid

“Start-ups and large corporates are also giving ideas on tackling this emergency. C-DAC Pune has offered supercomputing for gene sequencing of the virus, this we have passed on to ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research),” a senior government official told ET, adding that the next step was working on the data.

HCL says Covid impact not 'significant'; bookings on track
HCL says Covid impact not ‘significant’; bookings on track

From a vertical perspective, HCL’s exposure to verticals which

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March 30, 2020

April 2020 Column from Rod Smith, Internal Controls Newsletter

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March 30, 2020

Please review carefully the ‘COVID-19 and TIM Update 0325’ attached document. It provides detailed information about the Special Leave Provision in effect from March 16 – March 31st and TIM and specifically about updating timecards in the previous pay period, March 16th – March 29th that will be signed off this week at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31st.

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March 26, 2020

April 2020 In Focus Article for Finance Insight, Christy Baldridge

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March 26, 2020

Steve Agostini’s column for Finance Insight, April 2020.

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March 26, 2020

We have worked out a process with Lenovo to allow for home shipment of computers.  Note the information below concerning CCI computer orders as an amendment to the memo sent March 20, 2020 and

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Chevron to cut 2020 capital expenditures by $4 billion, suspend share buybacks

Chevron Corp. said Tuesday it is cutting its 2020 capital spending program by $4 billion, or 20%, as it works to reduce costs in the face of declining demand due to the coronavirus outbreak and falling crude prices due to oversupply. “Given the decline in commodity prices, we are taking actions expected to preserve cash, support our balance sheet strength, lower short-term production, and preserve long-term value,” including the payment of its dividend, the company said in a statement. The company will reduce production in the Permian Basin by 20%, cut $700 million from upstream projects and exploration and $500 million from its upstream business. It will reduce its downstream and chemicals activities by $800 million. Excluding 2020 asset sales and price related contractual effects, the company expects 2020 production to be roughly flat

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Malian researchers get suited up to conduct a coronavirus test at a lab in Bamako

US Reports 131 Deaths, 11,000 New Cases In One Day

The United States now leads the world in the number of new COVID-19 cases in one day — almost 11,000.

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US Equities Tumble As Senate Fails To Pass Coronavirus Relief Bill

U.S. stocks dropped on Monday as lawmakers failed to pass virus relief bill

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Credit Card Companies Offering Financial Assistance During Coronavirus Outbreak

Many credit card companies are offering deferred payments, waived fees, and increased credit limits for those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Like many companies, Twitter will see a financial hit from the coronovirus pandemic even as the online platform gains users to share information about the crisis

Coronavirus Dims Twitter Earnings Expectations

Twitter said it is “withdrawing” its earlier forecast for the first quarter of 2020 and now expects an operating loss along with declining revenues.

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US Death Toll Significantly Impacted By Quarantines, Restrictions — Research

The researchers say keeping restrictions in place until a vaccine is developed will exacerbate a recession but limit death toll.

Graphic naming selected companies that could benefit from the "coronavirus economy,' according to a Forbes data from March 7

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