COVID-19 News Roundup

The latest news exploring how businesses are navigating the global pandemic

April 17, 2020: COVID-19 News Roundup

Corporate Response
  ⦁ How can retailers reach customers who aren't spending? HBR
  ⦁ How did Zoom become a part of every-day life? Bloomberg
  ⦁ Learn 4 things sales organizations must do to adapt to the crisis, HBR
  ⦁ Track the 100 fastest growing/declining categories in e-commerce, Stackline

top 100 fastest growing and declining e-commerce categories
Global View
  ⦁ Japan begins to shift production out of China, Bloomberg
  ⦁ Small businesses are worse off than we thought, HBS Working Knowledge
  ⦁ Lessons from a global company bringing back employees, Business Insider
  ⦁ It may be up to manufacturers to keep their suppliers afloat, HBR

  ⦁ Executives plan for future deals despite the halt in M&A activity, PitchBook
  ⦁ PE firms plead with regulators to save oil and gas industry, Institutional Investor
  ⦁ PE digs in as battle to end surprise medical bills rages on, PitchBook

The economic impact of coronavirus _ McKinsey v2
What's Ahead
  ⦁ Goldman says downturn will be 4x worse than housing crisis, CNBC
  ⦁ What will IMF do in response to half of world asking for bailout? CNN
  ⦁ McKinsey explores depth and length of economic crisis, McKinsey
  ⦁ Small business rescue loan program hits $349 billion limit, CNBC


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