You're probably hearing a lot right now about "supply chain issues"—and they're going to have a big impact on Black Friday and holiday gift shopping.
The cheap computer company said it's not 'immune' to the supply chain crisis.
Bigger ships, high demand, and rougher seas are contributing to a spike in cargo being lost, polluting the ocean with plastics and other materials.
Seventy-five workers at a major regional food distributor in Fargo, North Dakota are striking to demand COVID-19 protections—as the state faces the highest Coronavirus mortality rate in the country.
As companies try to cut down on costs to boost economic recovery, they are more likely to indulge in “greenwashing”.
“To work in the fields, maybe we are exposed, but we have to keep working.”
A press release released by ASUS this morning confirms Motherboard’s reporting.
The Taiwan-based tech giant ASUS is believed to have pushed the malware to hundreds of thousands of customers through its trusted automatic software update tool after attackers compromised the company’s server and used it to push the malware to machines.