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Newswise: 5 tips for business survival in pandemic
Released: 28-Mar-2020 1:00 AM EDT
5 tips for business survival in pandemic
University of South Australia

As CEOs and executives struggle to deal with the fallout from Covid-19, internationally renowned business growth expert, UniSA’s Professor Jana Matthews is encouraging companies to step back and carefully assess their business before making any radical decisions about their future.

Released: 27-Mar-2020 11:50 PM EDT
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Research and experts on the symptoms and spread of COVID-19, impact on global trade and financial markets, public health response, search for an effective treatment, and more

Newswise: Kelley School initiative sparks ideas from around world to address problems from coronavirus
Released: 27-Mar-2020 4:40 PM EDT
Kelley School initiative sparks ideas from around world to address problems from coronavirus
Indiana University

Among the millions of Americans working from home, a group of Indiana University Kelley School of Business professors created a worldwide movement to seek solutions for problems arising from the novel coronavirus. Their "Idea Sprint Weekend Against COVID-19" initiative was organized in just three days and led to the development of several new social initiatives addressing issues related to the COVID-19 crisis, including a shortage of surgical masks, grocery stockouts, displaced workers and online educational challenges that students are facing across the country.

Released: 27-Mar-2020 1:50 PM EDT
Even $2 trillion may not be enough: Scholars weigh in on stimulus package, unemployment benefits, small business & industry loans, & individual checks
Washington University in St. Louis

The $2 trillion plan to prop up a pandemic-reeling United States, amid the news that there were 3.3 million unemployment claims lodged in the previous week, is expected to pass the House on March 27.Is it a Band-Aid or sufficient to heal what ails America’s economy?“We do not have this (COVID-19 outbreak) under control, and until we do, even $2 trillion may not be a big enough bailout,” said Anne Marie Knott, the Robert and Barbara Frick Professor of Business at Washington University in St.

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Released: 26-Mar-2020 6:30 PM EDT
UW researcher identifies workers most harmed by economic disruption due to COVID-19
University of Washington

The nearly 20% of U.S. workers, or 28.2 million, in occupations where interacting with the public is important, but using a computer is not — such as in food service, retail, personal services and transportation operators — are especially vulnerable to job loss or hours reductions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Released: 26-Mar-2020 2:25 PM EDT
UNH Experts Available To Discuss Coronavirus Stimulus Package Impact
University of New Hampshire

As the coronavirus forces cities and states to close down for business and restricts people to stay safely at home, thousands of small businesses and even more employees are grappling with how to pay bills. Michelline Dufort, director of the Center for Family Enterprise and Daniel Innis, professor of marketing and hospitality management, both at the University of New Hampshire, are available to discuss how the largest emergency stimulus package in U.S. history will help struggling families and hard hit businesses, and if it will really help.

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