The WebEngage report said brands responded to the pandemic by adapting to a consumer-first strategy to keep users engaged.
Big electronic brands in India are bearing the brunt of the second COVID-19 wave as lockdowns and curbs around online selling lead to a crash in sales.
Since March 2020, the US-Canada border has been restricted to essential travel only.
Norwegian Cruise Line has resumed ticket sales for voyages to Alaska after the U.S. Senate passed a bill that could help save the state’s cruise season.
American Airlines said Monday that bookings are nearly back to pre-pandemic levels as more people get vaccinated.
Japanese retail sales fell for the third straight month in February as households kept a lid on expenditure amid the coronavirus emergency.
The question of refunds came into play when local organizers and the Japanese government decided to bar most fans from abroad because of the pandemic.
The San Francisco-based company’s shares rose 4.4% to $25.42 in extended trading after fourth-quarter earnings beat expectations.
That was the biggest drop since July 2020, when sales fell 23.1% year-on-year, and compared with a revised 13.3% decline in December.