Some apps to enjoy simulated sports amid virus suspensions
With seasons delayed amid the virus outbreak, some simulated sports apps will provide diversions.
LI firm gets contract for rapid COVID-19 test
Chembio Diagnostics completed work on the test in about a week and has received a $4 million purchase order from Brazil.
Curbside pickup to home delivery: LI firms adapting to survive
“Small businesses are worried, but they have no choice but to remain positive and come up with alternative ways to serve their customers,” one advocate said.
Walmart to hire 3,750 in New York to meet demand
Walmart and Target also announced they are boosting pay and benefits for workers as they continue to see huge increases in shopper numbers.
Working from home? Tips on making the transition
Productivity will probably take a hit at first, experts say, but flexibility, communication and patience can pay off.
Protecting company data in the new work-from-home era
Sometimes cybersecurity weak spots come in unexpected places. Here are some things to watch out for.
Dow drops more than 900 points, ending worst week since 2008
Wall Street ended the week the same way it began: in full retreat from the coronavirus.
NY firms may apply for federal disaster relief loans
The loans, designed to assist small businesses hurt by the coronovirus, are for up to $2 million per applicant and can be repaid over a maximum of 30 years.
Homeowners in a ‘frenzy’ to refinance, lenders say
The rush to take advantage of historically low interest rates has led to backups as the number of refi applications has soared.
Early shopping hours for older people a hit, grocers say
Thousands of older Long Islanders hoped to find smaller crowds at supermarkets during early hours set aside for them because of the coronavirus outbreak.