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Consumer Catch-up: Many Salesforce employees will continue to work from home

"The past is gone," Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told CNBC.

Salesforce staff to work from home

At least half of Salesforce employees are expected to work from home permanently.

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said in an interview with CNBC that "the past is gone."

Prior to the pandemic, about 20% of Salesforce staffers worked remotely.

Economists fear 'global time bomb'

Consumers are seeing inflation left and right, on everything from houses to the materials to build them.

Now, Deutsche Bank economists are warning of a "global time bomb,"
saying focusing on stimulus while dismissing inflation is a mistake.

The Fed disagrees, as do some other Wall Street economists.

Getting money back from the bad guys

U.S. law enforcement officials say they recovered $2.3 million in Bitcoin paid to a criminal cybergroup involved in the ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline.

It's a little more than half of what the company paid out.

Apple announces upcoming iOS update

Apple said they will offer an iOS update this fall for post-pandemic life.

One feature: Focus. It will let users select the notification's they want to receive... and when.

Portrait mode will also be available for Facetime.