Bees Move in When Employees Work from Home

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​There was a buzz of activity at Invoca, even though the 150 employees at the Santa Monica, Calif., data analytics software company had vacated the headquarters in March to work remotely. While they were away, a new group set up shop—a colony of 20,000 honeybees living and working in the walls of the offices.

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