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Grocery store workers are dying from coronavirus-new laws are forcing companies to protect them

1 minute ago   |   Fast Company   |   12 articles

They're keeping the country fed during the crisis. Law makers are saying they shouldn't die to do it. Within the first week of April , a Trader Joe's worker in Scarsdale, New...
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How Can Companies Manage the Impact of COVID-19 by Gaining Deep-dive Insights into Second Sources and Mitigate Supply Chain Risks? | SpendEdge's Latest Article Explains

4 minutes ago   |   Stl Today   |   2 articles

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Four tech workers got sick - one gravely ill - with COVID-19 after a conference where they interacted with customers, employees, and the public. Here's how the company's CEO responded to the crisis

Four tech workers got sick - one gravely ill - with COVID-19 after a conference where they interacted with customers, employees, and the public. Here's how the company's CEO responded to the crisis

18 minutes ago   |   Business Insider   |   12 articles

Nir Polak, CEO of Exabeam, was on a mountain when he learned that four of his employees had contracted COVID-19 after returning from a huge cybersecurity conference. The news...
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Yelp lays off or furloughs 35% of its staff, as restaurants and services crumble

19 minutes ago   |   Fortune   |   2 articles

Crowd-sourced review website Yelp announced this morning that it will lay off 1,000 workers and furlough an additional 1,100 employees. The staff cuts are currently expected to...
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Smithfield temporarily shuts pork plant due to coronavirus

21 minutes ago   |   Chron   |   3 articles

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The Smithfield pork processing plant in South Dakota will close will temporarily close for cleaning after over 80 employees were confirmed to have the...
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With $23 million for its plant-based, liquid meals Kate Farms pushes into consumer and healthcare

21 minutes ago   |   Tech Crunch   |   2 articles

Kate Farms , the supplier of a plant-based liquid meal formula used by hospitals and healthcare providers around the country as a nutritional supplement for patients who cannot...
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Investors caution cement, steel firms on EU climate lobbying

34 minutes ago   |   Reuters

Cement and steel companies are being warned by investors over their lobbying on planned European Union carbon costs, saying they are effectively asking to be compensated twice...
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TikTok's $250 million pledge to coronavirus relief will support healthcare workers, education, and communities around the world

TikTok's $250 million pledge to coronavirus relief will support healthcare workers, education, and communities around the world

36 minutes ago   |   Business Insider   |   12 articles

TikTok, the popular video-sharing app, is pledging $250 million to organizations providing coronavirus relief, the company's president Alex Zhu announced Thursday. The $250...
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Microsoft says video calls in Teams grew 1,000% in March

Microsoft says video calls in Teams grew 1,000% in March

40 minutes ago   |   Tech Crunch   |   2 articles

With the COVID-19 pandemic making work from home the default for those companies that are able to do so, it's no surprise that we are seeing a massive rise in the usage of...
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Culinary union calls for casinos to pay workers during shutdown

54 minutes ago   |   Review Journal   |   2 articles

In a Thursday morning virtual meeting, the culinary union's international president D. Taylor said states should insist these companies pay their workers during the shutdown.
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7 nonprofits you can donate to right now that are helping Americans...

7 nonprofits you can donate to right now that are helping Americans struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic

The economic fallout from the novel coronavirus in the US is devastating - some 16.8 million people lost their jobs in a matter of three weeks. Thankfully, many organizations... Read more ...

A new $2.3 trillion Fed plan to buttress cities, businesses

A new $2.3 trillion Fed plan to buttress cities, businesses

WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve is taking additional steps to provide up to $2.3 trillion in loans to support the economy. The money will target American households and... Read more ...

Mission Critical To Save The Economy: Fed Goes Even Bigger With Massive Loan...

Mission Critical To Save The Economy: Fed Goes Even Bigger With Massive Loan Help

In its latest salvo, the Federal Reserve announced $2.3 trillion in new lending programs in an effort to keep businesses and local governments afloat during the coronavirus... Read more ...

TikTok's $250 million pledge to coronavirus relief will support healthcare...

TikTok's $250 million pledge to coronavirus relief will support healthcare workers, education, and communities around the world

TikTok, the popular video-sharing app, is pledging $250 million to organizations providing coronavirus relief, the company's president Alex Zhu announced Thursday. The $250... Read more ...

Oil surges as Saudi Arabia and Russia end price war by agreeing on...

Oil surges as Saudi Arabia and Russia end price war by agreeing on production cuts

Saudi Arabia, Russia, and the OPEC+ coalition agreed on Thursday to slash crude oil production, a move that's expected to boost prices. The agreement puts an end to an... Read more ...

Record 16.8 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

Record 16.8 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

WASHINGTON - With a startling 6.6 million people seeking jobless benefits last week, the United States has reached a grim landmark: More than one in 10 workers have lost their... Read more ...

The coronavirus probably started spreading in Wuhan far earlier than Chinese...

The coronavirus probably started spreading in Wuhan far earlier than Chinese authorities reported - here's the more likely timeline

Authorities in Wuhan, China, reported 41 cases of an mysterious, pneumonialike respiratory illness to the World Health Organization on December 31. Most were linked to a local... Read more ...

Oil prices surge after Russia, OPEC & allied producers agree to historic...

Oil prices surge after Russia, OPEC & allied producers agree to historic output cuts

Global crude prices jumped seven percent on Thursday after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and major producers led by Russia agreed to cut output in an... Read more ...

Creating a Real Estate Series That Communicates Your Value

Creating a Real Estate Series That Communicates Your Value

This is the time to ramp up your marketing efforts with a series. Why? Because if you're at home due to COVID-19, you have more time than ever to let your imagination wander... Read more ...

NYC restaurant workers who still have jobs say they're afraid to ride the...

NYC restaurant workers who still have jobs say they're afraid to ride the subway to work and wonder if they're really 'essential' workers in a pandemic

New York City's restaurants have been closed to diners for three weeks to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus , leaving thousands in the industry jobless. Some restaurants... Read more ...