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Concord Monitor

Michael Kitch

29 March 2020

Manchester, New Hampshire, United States

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Businesses in New Hampshire are rapidly implementing virtual and no-contact services in order to stay open and retain employees during the coronavirus pandemic. Although there are limitations to the approaches, some a...

Texas Monthly

Dan Solomon

Paula Forbes

26 March 2020

San Antonio, Texas, United States

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With experience from past regional disasters and supply-chain disruptions, supermarket chain H-E-B faced the coronavirus chaos with calm preparation, ensuring employees and management act quickly to mitigate their los...

Orange County Register

Jeff Collins

26 March 2020

United States

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Businesses and individuals around the world are pivoting from business-as-usual to churning out masks to fill shortages in supplies for hospital staff and others amid COVID-19.

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Rebecca Greenwald

25 March 2020

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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In the state of Massachusetts, both Boston and Cambridge are offering financial relief to artists who have lost their source of income due to the social distancing guidelines mandated by the coronavirus pandemic. Bost...

Gothamist

Sophia Chang

Jessica Gould

23 March 2020

New York, New York, United States

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As city schools closed in response to the COVID19 pandemic, New York City opened Regional Enrichment Centers for children of essential personnel. With 93 operating sites, they anticipate caring for about 57,000 childr...

The New York Times

The New York Times Editorial Board

23 March 2020

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

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For many jobs across the country, working from home is a fairly easy adaptation to cope with social distancing measures. But for many scientists who work in laboratories with ongoing research, a work from home solutio...

NPR

Kirk Siegler

23 March 2020

Barstow, California, United States

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Traveling clinicians are being assigned to rural regions of the U.S. to play a part in helping small, understaffed hospitals respond to the coronavirus outbreak. To make this process easier and more efficient and offe...

The GroundTruth Project

Wilson Liévano

Josh Coe

23 March 2020

Hubei Province, China

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Bosch China Investment Ltd. survived the worst of the Coronavirus pandemic by taking serious precautions early on. This article lays out the specific steps in the timeline of the pandemic that the company took to prot...

Berkeleyside

Alix Wall

20 March 2020

Berkeley, California, United States

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When the Bay Area issued a shelter-in-place order as a response to containing the spread of COVID-19, businesses had to adapt. From a local distillery creating hand sanitizer at cost, to a restaurant offering grocerie...

Harvard Business Review

Martin Reeves

Lars Fæste

Cinthia Chen

Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak

Kevin Whitaker

10 March 2020

China

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The coronavirus outbreak has had a detrimental impact on economies due to business and industry closures but some Chinese enterprises have implemented strategies to help recover faster. From early on-set crisis teams ...

The New York Times

Amy Qin

4 February 2020

Wuhan, China

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Thousands of people in Wuhan, China are volunteering to buy groceries, get medicine, and take community members to the hospital as a means to help those that need it during the coronavirus outbreak. Although the volun...

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