In the last downturn, Chinese demand helped revive many economies. Economists say it likely won't come to the rescue this time https://on.wsj.com/32bIZL9
The Census Bureau will begin deploying hundreds of thousands of enumerators, all equipped with masks, gloves and hand sanitizer https://on.wsj.com/3gM2AWj
Australian installment-payment company Afterpay has signed up more than 1.6 million U.S. users since March https://on.wsj.com/3fsRIw8
The global economy never sleeps, so you need a partner who can keep up no matter what. Now more than ever, our team is here for you — working hard, working responsibly — doing whatever it takes to keep you keeping on.
When we first set our renewable energy goals, one challenge we ran into was finding renewable energy projects in the US to supply us with the amount of energy we need at a competitive cost. Here's how we ended up creating a roadmap for other companies to follow. #BloombergImpact
The global economy never sleeps, so you need a partner who can keep up no matter what. Now more than ever, we're here for you — working hard, working responsibly, working from home — doing whatever it takes to keep you keeping on.
Ratifying the #EqualRightsAmendment will send a powerful message about the US' commitment to #genderequality. That’s why we joined 92 companies signing a brief supporting the elimination of systemic barriers impeding women’s economic & social advancement.
What should leaders do if they are serious about tackling racism? Deputy Asia news editor Ravi Mattu has five suggestions: https://on.ft.com/3gX54kJ
The pandemic has torn through companies’ profits. It may sound counter-intuitive but that makes it the ideal time to give employees a raise, Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson writes https://on.ft.com/2OmGNrK
Japan’s environment minister has vowed to slash the country’s much-criticised support for coal power in the developing world in a ‘turning point’ for climate change policy https://on.ft.com/304JTpP
Daily coronavirus thread: The US hit a record for new coronavirus infections on Sunday and the UK has the ‘second-highest number’ of healthcare-worker deaths in the world after Russia, according to an investigation. Follow our live coverage here: https://on.ft.com/3eoQfWq
New data from the ONS suggests that output in the telecommunications sector grew eight times faster than previously thought https://econ.trib.al/pmxwtUD
Israel may feel the clock is ticking on an American administration committed to “maximum pressure” on Iran https://econ.trib.al/JTbpZHF
The bar is low enough that the appointment of any director-general would count as a success https://econ.trib.al/t3hn7T9
In the Ottoman Empire coffee was banned by several sultans: the authorities realised that when people had had enough coffee they dared to challenge the existing order https://econ.trib.al/D0IWsAg From @1843mag
Does losing your sense of smell mean you have coronavirus? Today's podcast separates fact from fiction: https://econ.st/3fTjTnY #covid19factorfiction #ReckittBenckiser
Listen to Chris Clague, our globalisation lead, and Dr Steve Bennett @AnalyticSteve, director of global government practice @SASsoftware discuss what the “new normal” might look like. Listen now > https://econ.st/3izsfTF #GlobalBusinessBarometer
IoT, Smartcities ,#covid19: Municipal leaders need to monitor adherence to social distancing or lockdown measures, while limiting "boots on the ground" operations for even essential service delivery. Find out more about the transormative potential of #IoT: https://econ.st/31W23wM
Does losing your sense of smell mean you have coronavirus? Today's podcast separates fact from fiction: https://econ.st/3hSm0tV #covid19factorfiction #ReckittBenckiser
Listen to Chris Clague, our globalisation lead, and Dr Steve Bennett @AnalyticSteve, director of global government practice @SASsoftware discuss what the “new normal” might look like. Listen now > https://econ.st/2Z3sBKM #GlobalBusinessBarometer
Technology use has grown during #covid-19 but not all #tech companies have thrived. How is the pandemic changing the tech sector’s fortunes and what could the future hold for adoption? Read article > https://econ.st/3f4xmZX via @Westpac
Who needs the WHO? Trump’s plans to sever relations in the midst of a pandemic has global—and potentially deadly— implications, explains @IlonaKickbusch, director of the global health programme at Geneva’s @IHEID. https://econ.st/2NUtRcp
#Australia (92.4) is the most prepared for #cancer in our ICP APAC, followed by South Korea (83.4) and Malaysia (80.3). How prepared are countries in APAC? https://econ.st/2ZISFtF via @Roche