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World Economic Forum Looks to Blockchain for Supply Chain Woes

The World Economic Forum said Monday that blockchain and digitization can help supply chains survive crises like COVID-19......»»

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Airbnb gets $1 billion investment for post-virus recovery

Airbnb on Monday announced it was taking a billion dollars in new investment to endure and, it hopes, thrive in a travel world transformed by the coronavirus pandemic. .....»»

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Oil rises 3% on hopes for output cut as coronavirus ravages demand

Oil prices gained on Tuesday as hopes rose that the world's biggest producers of crude will agree to cut output as the coronavirus pandemic crushes demand, even as analysts warn a global recession may be deeper than expected......»»

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Cities With the Most Nurses

The current pandemic crisis overwhelming the world has demonstrated that some of the most essential workers — anywhere — are those employed in the health care industry. The United States........»»

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Oil gains as hopes rise for production cut amid coronavirus outbreak

Oil rose on Tuesday amid hopes that the world's biggest producers of crude will agree to curtail production as the coronavirus pandemic ravages the global economy, even as analysts cautioned the cuts may do little to boost demand......»»

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Boris Johnson tested positive for COVID-19 and is being treated in the ICU. Experts explain the possible fallout of other world leaders catching the coronavirus.

AP Photo/Frank Augstein The coronavirus, which causes a dise.....»»

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Halliburton to lay off hundreds in Texas, Oklahoma

Last month, Halliburton also put about 3,500 Houston employees on furlough for a 60-day period. The company also started 2020 with about 5,000 fewer employees worldwide than it had a year earlier......»»

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Well-wishes from world leaders pour in for Boris Johnson after the British prime minister is moved to intensive care with worsening coronavirus symptoms

Prime Minister Boris Johnson take into intensive care for coronavirus as condition worsens......»»

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Demand for gasoline is plummeting all over the world

U.S. gasoline demand has collapsed as stay-at-home orders keep drivers off the road, following the pattern seen in the hardest-hit parts of Europe......»»

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Demand for gasoline is plummeting all over the world

U.S. gasoline demand has collapsed as stay-at-home orders keep drivers off the road, following the pattern seen in the hardest-hit parts of Europe......»»

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World stocks jump on less dire virus data, oil falls after OPEC+ delay

World stock markets jumped on Monday, encouraged by slowdowns in coronavirus-related deaths and new cases in some global hot spots, while oil prices tumbled again due to a delay in talks between Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut supply......»»

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US Hospitals Face "Severe" Shortages Of Tests And Protective Equipment: Inspector General

US Hospitals Face 'Severe' Shortages Of Tests And Protective Equipment: Inspector General As the US death toll from coronavirus tops 10,000 - the third highest in the world, an inspector general report from the Department of Health and Huma.....»»

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Wall Street Moves 7% Up as Markets Rally Worldwide on Hopes the Coronavirus Is Slowing

New coronavirus cases is dropping in the European hotspots of .....»»

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"Between 25% and 50%" of people who get the coronavirus may show no symptoms but still be contagious, Anthony Fauci said. Here"s the latest research on asymptomatic carriers.

AP Photo/Mark Lennihan The coronavirus has infected more than 1.2 million people worldwide in just a few months. Scientists are racing to discover how it spreads so quickly. According to Anthony Fauci, "between 25% and 50%" of people .....»»

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Only 9 of the world’s top 100 billionaires have gotten richer during the coronavirus pandemic — and all of them are Chinese

In just two months, the masters of the economic universe have lost more than $400 billion......»»

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Dow surges 1,627 points on growing signs the coronavirus death rate is slowing around the world

Getty Images / Scott Olson All three major US indexes skyrocketed on Monday after countries reported declines in new coronavirus deaths over the weekend, offering inve.....»»

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Stocks jump as virus deaths slow; oil falls after OPEC+ delay

World stock markets jumped on Monday, encouraged by a slowdown in coronavirus-related deaths and new cases in some global hot spots, oil prices tumbled again due to a delay in talks between Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut supply......»»

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Apple just celebrated its 24th birthday. Here"s how it came to rule the world, from its early struggles to beat Microsoft to the launch of the iPhone. (AAPL)

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Coronavirus update: 1.3 million cases worldwide, 72,638 deaths, and signs that rate of infection is slowing in Europe

Signs that the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is slowing in parts of Europe cheered financial markets on Monday, although it weighed against news that Japan is about to declare a state of emergency for Tokyo and other areas......»»

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