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FILE PHOTO: A test tube labeled with the vaccine is seen in front of AstraZeneca logo in this illustration taken, September 9, 2020. “All we have to go on is a limited data release,” said Peter Openshaw, a professor of experimental medicine at Imperial College London. The U.S. regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has not commented on AstraZeneca’s vaccine trial results. The regulatory process has nonetheless been clouded, according to experts, who note crucial gaps in the data AstraZeneca has made public so far. By contrast, Moderna has rallied 22% since releasing its vaccine trial data on Nov. 16 and Pfizer and BioNTech are up 6% and 14% respectively since announcing their successful data on Nov. 9.
Persons: Dado, , Peter Openshaw, , AstraZeneca, Paul Hunter, ” Hunter, Danny Altmann, “ We’re, Morgane Bomsel, Slaoui, ” Slaoui Organizations: AstraZeneca, REUTERS, Imperial College London, Oxford University, Britain’s University of East, Pfizer, BioNTech’s, Food and Drug Administration, FDA, European Medicines Agency, French National Centre of Scientific Research, U.S, Moderna, BioNTech Locations: British, Britain, Brazil, Britain’s University of East Anglia, U.S
?”In the video, the presenter says, “Dominion voting machines, that were used in 30 states, use Smartmatic software. Smartmatic Dominion sent all voting results to Frankfurt and Barcelona, and we’ll get into the raid that happened in Frankfurt later, which did actually happen. DOMINION AND SMARTMATICThe video claims that Dominion uses Smartmatic Software and that Dominion is a front company for Smartmatic. On the Dominion voting website, it states that Dominion has never been and is not currently owned by Smartmatic: “Dominion is an entirely separate company and a fierce competitor to Smartmatic. Dominion did not switch votes in Virginia and was not subject to a U.S. army raid in Germany.
Persons: Tom Laipply, we’ll, Hugo Chavez, , Donald Trump, Samira, Smartmatic, John Poulos, Poulos, Antonio Mugica, Roger Pinate, Louie Ghomert, Ghomert’s, Ghomert, Gohmert, , Scytl, Biden, Trump, Read Organizations: Voting Systems, Dominion, Reuters, DOMINION, FAIR, Smartmatic Dominion, Frankfurt, Election Infrastructure Government, Council, Election, Republican, Smartmatic Software, Smartmatic, ” Reuters, U.S ., Democrat, Scytl, SOE Software, VIRGINIA, Gateway, New York Times, Biden, Trump, Edison Research, The New York Times Locations: Venezuela, Germany, Virginia, Barcelona, Frankfurt, Dominion, Samira Saba, Florida, United States, London, Venezuelan, Texas, German, U.S, Scytl, Tampa , Florida, Fairfax County , Virginia
“It’s a message to regional banks that time is running short,” one of the sources said. It also marked another retreat from negative rates, a policy long criticised by banks as crushing yields across the curve and narrowing already thin margins, two other sources said. Combined net profits at Japan’s 102 regional banks have tumbled 40% over the past four years as lending margins sank to 0.2%. The growing alarm within the board over the demerits of his stimulus programme may make it harder for Kuroda to ease further, especially by deepening negative rates. “If banking-sector problems are as serious as the BOJ suggests, deepening negative rates would make matters worse,” said a fourth source familiar with the BOJ’s thinking.
Persons: Kim Kyung, , Tomoyuki Shimoda, , Haruhiko Kuroda, Hideo Hayakawa, can’t, Takako Masai, Kuroda Organizations: Bank of Japan, REUTERS, Critics, Hitotsubashi University, Research Locations: TOKYO, Tokyo, Japan
The ideal face mask for coronavirus protection blocks large droplets along with smaller airborne particles. Based on several studies evaluating masks' protection levels, we've ranked the most common types from best (an N95 mask) to worst (masks with a built-in valve or vent). A simple trick can reveal whether your face mask offers sufficient protection: Try blowing out a candle while wearing it. A 2013 study found that surgical masks were about three times as effective at blocking influenza aerosols as homemade face masks. Packaged surgical face masks.
Persons: we've, isn't, Yuqing Liu, Duke, Scott Gottlieb, Rebecca Cook, Kevin Houston, Stacey Wescott, it's Organizations: Disease Control, World Health Organization, and Drug Administration, University of Chicago, Street, Reuters Research, University of Illinois, Chicago Tribune, Tribune, Service, CDC Locations: China, Europe, Detroit, Pontiac , Michigan, Evanston , Illinois
Rules relaxed for ChristmasThe message that stricter autumn rules could lead to a more relaxed Christmas period has been repeated across Europe. German MPs are currently considering a draft proposal which would allow up to 10 people to celebrate Christmas and New Year together, CNN affiliate n-tv reported. But since the epidemic began, Passover, Easter, Eid al-Fitr, Eid al-Adha, Rosh Hashanah and Diwali have all been celebrated across Europe. Oldfield also said governments know that a large number of people celebrate Christmas in Europe, compared to other religious days. If Europe does choose to celebrate Christmas with a softening of lockdowns, there may be a price to pay in the new year.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Giuseppe Conte, Sandra Zampa, Zampa, Leo Varadkar, Chancellor Angela Merkel, Eid, Rosh Hashanah, Anjana Singh, Singh, Amikal, Nadir Mohamed, Elizabeth Oldfield, Oldfield, YouGov, Mohamed, isn't, Susan Hopkins, Hopkins, Gabriel Scally, Epidemiologist Shikta Das, Scally, Das, it's, Mike Ryan, Ryan Organizations: CNN, Italy's Ministry of Health, RTE, Tate, Centre for Muslim, Research, Basel, University of Bristol, WHO's Locations: Europe, England, France, Paris, ICUs, Italian, Italy, Germany, Rosh, Berlin, Tate Britain, London, Britain, Belgium, German, Cologne, Austria, Strasbourg, Switzerland, Estonia, Canada, Canadian, Toronto
Martino expects legalization will be the growth engine driving the industry, he believes 40 states will be legalized over the next decade. Sports betting landscapeThe US sports betting industry has exploded since Martino first invested in FanDuel. Legalization will be the growth engine driving the industry, Martino said. There are currently 20 operational sports betting states - 19 allow land-based sports betting, 14 allow online sports betting and 6 allow online casinos, according to the Bank of America research report. iGaming is the wider industry focused on gambling online through activities like online poker, sports betting and online casinos.
Persons: Paul Martino, Martino, FanDuel, else's, Matt Ocko, Morgan Stanley, William Hill, It's, Bank of America Martino, Martino's Organizations: San, Capital, Capital Bullpen, Data, Sports, of America, MGM Resorts, MGM, Bank of America, Pennsylvania, Companies, GameAccount Network, Grand View Research Locations: San Francisco, FanDuel, Edinburgh, Scotland, PENN, Canada, Pennsylvania, Illinois, California, New York, Philadelphia, Denver, Chicago, Detroit
It is possible to have discussions about income, religion, politics, or other taboo topics at the dinner table without getting heated or defensive, says communications professor James M. Honeycutt. Sex, income, religion, and politics — these are some of the biggies on the list of taboo topics during polite discussion. Traditionally the year-end holidays are a time when friends and family with diverse points of view gather. Here are the rules I've developed for constructive arguing among couples:Show positive understanding — "I get where you're coming from." With any luck your holiday discussions, when approached calmly and respectfully, can provide some examples.
Persons: James M, Honeycutt, Katy Perry, John Gottman, Jean Piaget, Read Organizations: Pew Research Center, Louisiana State University, University of Texas, Creative Locations: Dallas
(CNN) What do you do when your country is torn between decriminalizing abortion and maintaining its colonial abortion laws? The southern African nation has recently seen protests from both anti-abortion activists and abortion rights advocates. Abortion rights activists demonstrate in Windhoek, Namibia, on July 18. According to the Pew Research Center, many religious groups and organizations including the Roman Catholic Church oppose abortion rights . Lobby for abortion bill to be repealedWeeks after street protests and petitions from anti-abortion activists and abortion rights advocates, Namibia continues to debate whether it should reform its abortion laws.
Persons: Esther Muinjangue, Muinjangue, Naisola Likimani, Likimani, Beauty Boois, Boois, Ndiilokelwa Nthengwe, Nthengwe, Bernard Haufiku, Haufiku, Zelda Van der, Van der Colff Organizations: CNN, National Assembly, Namibia's, Guttmacher Institute, World Health Organization, womens, Feminist Movement of Namibia, Rights Coalition, WHO, Namibia's Ministry of Health and Social Services, Pew Research Center, Roman Catholic, Namibia's Ministry, Child Welfare Locations: Namibia, South Africa, Namibian, Ndiilokelwa, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Windhoek
Deutsche Bank is considering letting staff permanently work two days a week from home, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg. Earlier in November, Deutsche Bank researchers called for a 5% tax on people choosing to work from home, arguing that remote work saved employees money. Since then, its systems and procedures have had to support up to 70,000 people across the world working remotely at the same time. A Deutsche Bank spokesperson told Business Insider: "We are exploring what positive lessons Deutsche Bank can learn from the COVID-19 crisis about how we work as a bank in the future. Many major companies are continuing to work remotely amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic.
Persons: Tiina Lee, Lee, Uber Organizations: Deutsche Bank, Bloomberg, Deutsche, Deutsche Bank Research, American Express, Twitter Locations: Manhattan, New York, Ireland
Oxford University and AstraZeneca announced on Monday that their vaccine works — but the story soon got messy. AstraZeneca's Mene Pangalos said a group of study participants received a lower dose by accident, prompting a wave of criticism from experts. There are legitimate reasons to criticise the vaccine, questioning details of the development process and its precise effectiveness. But it is important not to overhype the problems — the vaccine has been proved safe and could become a powerful weapon against COVID-19. AstraZeneca and Oxford University's high-profile announcement on Monday of a working vaccine has soured in the days that followed.
Persons: Mene Pangalos, Mene Organizations: Oxford University, AstraZeneca, Oxford, Pfizer, Moderna, BioPharmaceuticals Research, Development, Reuters, COVID Locations: Brazil, South Africa
UK pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca will likely run a second global trial to assess its COVID-19 vaccine's efficacy, the CEO told Bloomberg News on Thursday. AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford announced Monday that preliminary results showed their two-dose vaccine could be up to 90% effective at preventing COVID-19. But the team later admitted that there was an error in the trial, leaving some participants with half-doses. Experts say that error casts doubt on the validity of the efficacy rate cited, and warrants further study. AstraZeneca's efficacy rate, however, was more complicated.
Persons: AstraZeneca's, Pascal Soriot, Soriot, VINCENZO PINTO, Sheila Bird, Moncef Slaoui, Andrew Dunn Organizations: AstraZeneca, Bloomberg, University of Oxford, Bloomberg News, AFP, Getty, Moderna, University of Cambridge's, Research Council, Wired, Baragwanath Hospital, REUTERS, Pfizer Locations: COVID, Brazil, Soweto, South Africa
“Men’s violence against women is also a pandemic – one that pre-dates the virus and will outlive it. Last year, 243 million women and girls experienced sexual or physical violence from their partner. This year, reports of increased domestic violence, cyberbullying, child marriages, sexual harassment and sexual violence have flooded in, she added. In the Turkish city of Istanbul, several hundred people gathered to protest against domestic violence against women. “We have witnessed an increase in domestic violence during confinement measures,” said protester Serena Freddi.
Persons: , , Phumzile, Serena Freddi, Eduardo Cabrita, Chancellor Angela Merkel Organizations: United Nations, Social Research Institute, , OMA Locations: ISTANBUL, ROME, Turkish, Istanbul, Italy, Italian, ” Spain, Portugal, Germany
Breakingviews - Trump could box Biden into a corner on China
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Gina Chon | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
U.S. President Donald Trump arrives to speak to reporters in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House in Washington, U.S., November 24, 2020. SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters Breakingviews) - Donald Trump has only two more months to lash out at China as U.S. president. Trump vowed to be tough on the People’s Republic, and there’s no reason to think he won’t continue until the end. Politically, though, whatever Trump does might box him into a corner. As different as Biden is from his predecessor, it may be Trump who sets the tone for the next administration’s relationship with an important trade partner.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Carrie Lam, Jay Clayton, Biden, pushback Organizations: White, SAN FRANCISCO, Reuters, China Mobile, U.S . Treasury Department, Hong Kong, U.S, Securities, Exchange Commission, Companies, Trump, National Bureau of Economic Research Locations: Brady, Washington , U.S, China, U.S, People’s Republic
Key takeaways: More than half of Black voters called the coronavirus pandemic the top priority that elected officials should address, followed by discrimination and racial justice. Black voters also expressed deep concerns about systemic racism, especially as it relates to the criminal justice system and mass incarceration. The poll found that 8 of 10 Black voters supported reducing prison and jail populations, as well as detention of immigrants. About 91 percent of Black women voted for Biden and Harris, most exit polling data show. "The holy grail for us as a community must be getting Black men to vote at the same rate as Black women."
Persons: Henry Fernandez, Fernandez, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Donald Trump, Harris, We've, Derrick Johnson, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Nick Turner, Glynda Carr, Biden, Trump, Terrance Woodbury, Woodbury, Black, Ben Jealous, Nixon, Melanie Campbell, Campbell, Quentin James, Stefanie Brown James, Tracee Ellis Ross, Nia Long, Quentin James said, Jennifer Epps Organizations: African American Research, Black, Biden, NAACP, Vera Institute of Justice, National Urban League, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Service Employees International Union, Vera Institute, Voters, NBC, Trump, Higher, Associated Press, Republican, HIT, National Coalition, Social Security, Youth, NBC News, The, The Collective Education Fund, Center for Popular Democracy, Facebook, Twitter Locations: United States, Georgia, Wisconsin, Southern, Covid, Addison, American
Forty-two percent said they would be unwilling to get a vaccine, citing reasons such as the rushed development timeline and concerns about safety. Some 70% of the U.S. population of 330 million would need to be inoculated to achieve herd immunity, which is possible by May, he said. Targeted vaccinations could revive the economy even with delays in widespread adoption, said Jonathan Golub, chief U.S. equity strategist at Credit Suisse Securities. “The successful vaccination of seniors and front-line workers could expedite the renormalization process well before herd immunity is achieved,” he said. While vaccine adoption rates are a “wildcard,” their availability removes the risk of another widespread economic lockdown, said John Buckingham, portfolio manager at Kovitz Investment Group.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, , David Albrycht, , Ernesto Ramos, BioNTech, Moncef Slaoui, Ramos, Jonathan Golub, John Buckingham, ” Buckingham Organizations: YORK, Dow Jones Industrial, U.S, REUTERS, Gallup, Newfleet Asset Management, Citi Research, BMO Global Asset Management, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, Pfizer Inc, Investors, Reuters, Credit Suisse Securities, Kovitz Investment, JPMorgan Chase &, Whirlpool Corp, United Locations: Wall St, New York, U.S, United States
Coca-Cola CFO Helps Company Make Cuts, Operational Changes
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Mark Maurer | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
The pandemic has accelerated the need for those changes, Chief Financial Officer John Murphy said in an interview with CFO Journal. Newsletter Sign-up CFO Journal The Morning Ledger provides daily news and insights on corporate finance from the CFO Journal team. Coca-Cola CFO John Murphy Photo: Coca-Cola Co.Mr. Murphy said he works with Coca-Cola’s marketing and operations chiefs to decide which brands to keep. The heavy lifting of the restructuring is expected to be completed in the next six months, Mr. Murphy said. Mr. Murphy said he is also reviewing Coca-Cola’s advertising and marketing expenses to better manage spending, especially for digital marketing.
Persons: John Murphy, Mr, Murphy, , Gerald Phelan, Nicholas Johnson, Johnson, Mark Maurer Organizations: Revenue, Brands, Cola, Employees, Coca, Morningstar Research Services, mark.maurer Locations: Atlanta, U.S, Canada
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China’s strong construction machinery sales are expected to continue until at least early next year but could be hobbled by any slowdown in Beijing’s recent infrastructure investment drive, industry executives said. XCMG Construction Machinery told Reuters its sales in China had jumped by over 20% this year versus 2019, although overseas sales have been hit by the global spread of the virus. Overall, the industry is expected to see a 15% or more year-on-year jump in China sales this year, according to consultancy Off-Highway Research, which had previously forecast sales to fall 8% prior to the COVID-19 outbreak. Rosy sales in China have not necessarily translated to profit jumps for equipment manufacturers, as a more players join a lingering price war, he added. “Competition in China is very fierce, the prices for some standard products have fallen to levels where they can’t really go any lower anymore,” XCMG’s Wang said.
Persons: Japan’s Komatsu, , Wang Min, Shi Yang, Rosy, XCMG’s Wang Organizations: Machinery, Reuters, China’s, Research, National People’s, Caterpillar Inc, Caterpillar Locations: SHANGHAI, China, U.S
Refinitiv's Jharonne Martis on expectations for this year's Black Friday
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 1.00   time to read: 1 min
Refinitiv's Jharonne Martis on expectations for this year's Black FridayJharonne Martis, Director of Consumer Research at Refinitiv, joins Worldwide Exchange for a conversation about what Black Friday will look like in 2020.
Persons: Refinitiv's, Martis Organizations: Consumer Research, Worldwide Exchange
Buying a home: Why it's harder for younger generations than their parents
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Aj Horch | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
Because these cities are less affordable, their homeownership rate would have been negatively affected by this migration pattern." According to the Urban Institute, being married increased the probability of owning a home by 18 percentage points. Furthermore, between 1990 and 2015, the share of White households dropped 16 percentage points, from 76 to 60 percent. During that period, Hispanics' share increased 9 percentage points, Asian Americans' share increased 3 percentage points, and Blacks' share increased 2 percentage points. Today, the homeownership rate among black millennials is 26.2 percent lower than that of white millennials.
Persons: X, Xers, millennials, It's, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Black homebuyers Organizations: Pew Research Center, Urban Institute, Pew Research, Blacks Locations: New York, San Francisco, Covid, Invest
Jay-Z is joining the company set to be California's largest cannabis brand as a "chief visionary officer" as part of a SPAC deal announced on November 24. Billionaire Jay-Z is joining the company set to be California's largest cannabis brand as a "chief visionary officer" as part of a SPAC deal announced on November 24. A cannabis SPAC deal with a social advocacy angleJay-Z's work as chief visionary will also have a major social component. Initiatives will include bail reform, industry vocational training, job placement, expungement clinics, and Social Equity application support. Several cannabis SPACs have turned into multimillion-dollar juggernauts through deals similar to The Parent Company.
Persons: Jay, Rihanna, Yo Gotti, Meek, Billionaire Jay, Z, Business Insider's Jeremy Berke, Spike, Berke, Cowen, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Subversive, Left Coast Ventures, Parent Company, Roc, Parent Company Social Equity Ventures, SPACs, Visit, Corp, Caliva, Monogram, CNN, Nation, The Parent, The Parent Company, Research, Social Equity Ventures, Equity, Business, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan Locations: Caliva, California
According to Insider polling from November 20 to 21, nearly one in five respondents canceled their pre-made Thanksgiving travels plans as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, nearly 19% of respondents reported Thanksgiving travel plans which include either driving or flying. According to recent polling from Insider and SurveyMonkey, 19% of survey respondents previously had plans to travel for Thanksgiving which have since been canceled. Another nearly 19% of respondents noted that they currently have plans to drive or fly to reach their final holiday destination. The poll collected 1,110 respondents who were asked about their plans for the Thanksgiving holiday, COVID-19, as well as a number of other questions.
Persons: David Rubin, doesn't Organizations: Center for Disease Control, US, Coronavirus Research, Johns Hopkins University of Medicine, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Associated Press, Transportation Security Administration, AP Locations: COVID, United States
According to Insider polling from November 20 to 21, just over half of Biden voters said they will not be mixing households this Thanksgiving compared to 29% of Trump voters. Additionally, 43% of Trump and 26% of Biden voters said their Thanksgiving festivities will mix three or more households. According to recent polling from Insider and SurveyMonkey, 51% of self-identified Biden voters said they would not be mixing households for Thanksgiving, higher than the national level of 43% and notably higher than the 29% of self-identified Trump voters that are also reportedly celebrating alone. A similar presidential divide occurs as before: 26% of Biden voters said they will mix three or more households on Thanksgiving compared to the 43% of Trump voters who said as much. At the first presidential debate, Trump mocked Biden for wearing a face mask at previous public events.
Persons: Biden, Anthony Fauci, Bob Woodward, Trump, Fauci, doesn't Organizations: Trump, Biden, National Institute of Allergy, ABC, Center for Disease Control, Washington Post, Republican Party, Associated Press, Coronavirus Research, Johns Hopkins University of Medicine, Diseases, ABC News Locations: COVID, United States
During a test in August, an F-35A dropped an inert B61-12 nuclear bomb from its internal bomb bay during a supersonic flight for the first time. The test with the B61-12 is also the first F-35A Dual Capable Aircraft test to be shown in an unclassified video. Just a few months after the first photos of the F-35 testing the B61-12 nuclear bomb in 2019 for the F-35A Dual Capable Aircraft (DCA) program were released, the Sandia National Laboratories announced that the F-35 dropped for the first time an inert B61-12 nuclear bomb from its internal bomb bay during supersonic flight. "We successfully executed this historic, first-ever F-35A flight test at Tonopah Test Range within the specified delivery criteria," said Brian Adkins, range manager at TTR. An F-35A Lightning II opens its bomb bay doors and drops a mock B61-12 at Sandia National Laboratories’ Tonopah Test Range, August 2020.
Persons: Brian Adkins, Steven Samuels, Paul Waugh, AFNWC's Organizations: Aircraft, Sandia National Laboratories, Sandia, National Nuclear Security Administration, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US Air Force, Tonopah, Navarro Research, Engineering, Sandia's, Eagles, 422nd, Squadron, NATO, U.S . Air Force Locations: Tonopah, United States, TTR, U.S, MOAB, Afghanistan
There's a wide variety of business podcasts out there, making it hard to figure out which ones are worth a listen. Business Insider asked professors, successful MBA grads, CEOs, and other thought leaders what their favorite podcasts are, and compiled a list of 24 picks. She added that since the Safe For Work podcasts are about 20 to 25 minutes in length, they're "perfect for a morning commute." "The topics are wide ranging and foster the most important thing missing from MBA school — internal mindset," Bolander said. "Although there is no perfect substitute for the overall MBA experience, I listen to 'Masters in Business,'" Polzin said.
Persons: you'll, Thibaud Clément, Clément, eMarketer Clément, Wondery Lauren Miller, Lauren Miller, scribbles, Liz Dolan, Miller, Dave Stachowiak, Srini Rao, Tim Ferriss, Tim Ferriss Jan, Christopher Nugent, Jan, Christopher Nugent ., Nugent, Tim Ferris, Ferris, DigitalMarketer Nugent, Guy Raz, NPR Debika Sihi, Sihi, Sarah Welch —, Sihi's, NPR Welch —, Shankar, Sarah Welch, Welch, Adam Grant, Grant, Adam Medros, Adam Medros Adam Medros, Ben Thompson, James Allwortha, Medros, Maggie Crowley, Crowley, Jarie Bolander, Bolander, Shane Parrish, Daniel Kahneman, Stanford University's Greg Walton, Shaan Puri Bolander, Shaan Puri, Felicia Ann Rose Enuha Marin Heiskell, Marin Heiskell, Felicia Ann Rose Enuha, Felicia, Heiskell, TED Todd Markson, , University of Michigan's Stephen M, Todd Markson, Markson, I've, You'd, Stitcher, it's, Darren Joe William Taylor, William Taylor, Taylor, Darren Joe, MIT Sloan, Harvard Business School Pratibha Vuppuluri, Pratibha Vuppuluri, Vuppuluri, Lauren Beitelspacher —, Babson College —, Lauren Beitelspacher, Beitelspacher, Stephon Marbury, Bloomberg Roland Polzin, Roland Polzin, Polzin, Gary Vaynerchuk Matt Erickson, Erickson, Matt Erickson, Gary Organizations: Edison Research, Triton, Business, Harvard Business, University of Ottawa, Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business, Integrated Innovation Institute, Nike, NPR, Southwestern University, Stanford Graduate School of Business, TED, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, MIT, Harvard Business School, Apple, Inc, University of Phoenix, Stanford, Deloitte Consulting, Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, University of Michigan's, Ross School of Business, Boston Consulting Group, Wolverine Ventures, Cengage, Wharton, London Business School, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Columbia University, Global Social Venture Competition, UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, Babson College, Air, Gimlet Media, Bloomberg, UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business, Masters, California State University, Sacramento Locations: Silicon Valley, Boston, America, MintResume, INSEAD, United States, Los Angeles
Retail workers may face a higher risk than shoppers of catching COVID-19 on Black Friday and during the extended holiday shopping season. Walmart, Target, and Best Buy have detailed their plans to keep shoppers safe. Retail workers are gearing up for an unprecedented — and potentially dangerous — Black Friday . Without safely reducing or eliminating crowds during Black Friday, frontline retail workers may have to brace for a dangerous working conditions. If stores get busy on Black Friday, retail workers could be in a particularly dangerous situation.
Persons: Mary Meisenzahl, Melissa Love Organizations: Workers, Walmart, Target, National Retail Federation, Disease Control, New York Times, Environmental Medicine, CDC, Occupational Safety, Health Administration, Research, CNN, Kroger, Costco, Waffle House, United Locations: Boston
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