COVID-19 News Roundup

The latest news exploring how businesses are navigating the global pandemic

April 3, 2020: COVID-19 News Roundup

Corporate Response
  ⦁  Five strategies to ensure your customer relationships outlast COVID-19, HBR 
  ⦁  How the private sector is helping to fight the pandemic, Forbes
  ⦁  Walmart is hiring 5,000 employees per day, Business Insider  
  ⦁  McDonald's suspends all-day breakfast due to COVID-19, The Motley Fool

Global View
  ⦁  How Taiwan has kept businesses open throughout the pandemic, CBC
  ⦁  Why is Germany's pandemic death rate lower than in other countries? NPR
  ⦁  Nine charts showing what the pandemic is doing to the economy, Vox
  ⦁  Authoritarians using the virus to accelerate their repressive agendas, LA Times

  ⦁  Businesses searching for liquidity and credit to prepare for rough months ahead, AFP
  ⦁  Wall Street titans fight for a cut of small business bailout, Politico
  ⦁  Global M&A dwindles as world’s economies are battered, Reuters
  ⦁  Using M&A to drive transformation in an uncertain global economic environment, EY

EY economic scenario

What's Ahead
  ⦁  Larry Fink anticipates 'tremendous opportunities' in markets during recovery, CNBC
  ⦁  A detailed plan for getting Americans back to work, HBR
  ⦁  Gig workers claim early wins amid unprecedented challenges, PitchBook
  ⦁  Understanding the economic shock of COVID-19, HBR

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