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Disease infects business world

Companies, including tech giants Intel, Sun and Motorola, try to handle major disruptions related to the outbreak of a deadly virus.

Companies, including tech giants Intel, Sun and Motorola, try to handle major disruptions related to the outbreak of a deadly virus.


The rapid outbreak of a deadly flu-like virus has underlined how ill-equipped Asia-Pacific companies are in supporting a remote workplace, according to market researcher Gartner.
April 3, 2003


update The chip giant cancels developer forums in Taiwan and China, and CEO Craig Barrett postpones a trip to Asia because of the deadly outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome.
April 2, 2003


Sun Microsystems and ATI Technologies are the latest technology companies to see plans in Asia disrupted as a result of the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome.
March 31, 2003


update The Singapore worker infected with a deadly flu-like virus has been discharged from the hospital, while hundreds of her co-workers still remain at home under quarantine.
March 31, 2003