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Here we go again. Seven months into the coronavirus pandemic, Covid-19 numbers are going in the wrong direction in 29 of 50 states.
Despite President Trump saying repeatedly that Covid-19 is “going away,” the data shows that the virus is not going anywhere.
The U.S. is seeing widespread increases in Covid-19 cases at
Even after walking out on the stimulus talks, U.S. President Donald Trump has been seeking some much-needed aid approvals from Congress. Among the most-necessary ones, Trump wants an extension in the $25 billion in new payroll assistance to U.S. passenger airlines, furloughing thousands of workers amid downing travel demand.
Moreover, President Trump has indicated that he wants Congress to approve a stand-alone bill that would allow a second round of
Chicago health officials are also warning about rising cases in Indiana, which could be added to the quarantine order next week if the state’s average daily cases does not decrease.
States on the travel order are seeing new cases at a rate of greater than 15 per 100,000 per day
By David Milliken and Andy Bruce
LONDON (Reuters) – A sharp rise in coronavirus cases is likely to cause Britain’s economic recovery to stall until the resurgence comes under control, the country’s budget watchdog said on Wednesday.
Britain has recorded more than 14,000 new cases on each of the past two days, the most since mass testing began in April, and has increased curbs on socialising, with Scotland announcing the
Since March, Harvard Business School Working Knowledge has posted more than 80 stories and research papers on the topic of COVID-19, most targeted at managers and the new challenges they face. That’s a lot of information to digest. To that end, we went tip hunting to bring to you top ideas for managing through the pandemic. The topics: people and personal management, strategy, marketing, and organizational design.
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Markets are volatile, there can be no doubt. So far this month, the S&P 500 has fallen 9% from its peak. The tech-heavy NASDAQ, which had led the gainers all summer, is now leading the on the fall, having lost 11% since September 2. The three-week tumble has investors worried that we may be on the brink of another bear
ASHEVILLE – Buncombe hotels saw a notable increase in occupancy rates in July, but the county’s other short term rental options gave a “significantly better performance.”
This is according to Chris Cavanaugh, interim director of the