The world is in crisis.
As Italy continues to be devastated by the coronavirus, companies are shifting production focus towards emergency solutions.
Environmental activists are holding online classes and planning a 72-hour Earth Day live stream in lieu of in-person organizing.
The underground labs of the original Half-Life were set somewhere among New Mexico’s towering desert canyons.
Poland, which relies heavily on coal-fired power stations, will find it even more difficult to achieve the European Union’s climate goals because of the impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the economy and companies, the government said on Wednesday.
The Member of the European Parliament and Co-Chairman of the Mental Health Alliance in the European Parliament Alex Agius Saliba this morning launched the campaign “Recharge Your Brain… Stay Sane”.
The world’s biggest oil and gas firms should break an industry taboo and consider cutting dividends, rather than taking on any more debt to maintain payouts as they weather the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, investors say.
- Big Oil may have to break dividend taboo as debt spirals – investors (Financial Post: Mar 25, 2020 at 7:01 AM)
- Big Oil may have to break dividend taboo as debt spirals: investors (Investing.com: Mar 25, 2020 at 12:00 AM)
- Big Oil may have to break dividend taboo as debt spirals - investors (Reuters: Mar 25, 2020 at 7:00 AM)
As congressional leaders haggled over a $2 trillion emergency economic relief bill on Tuesday, President Donald Trump mocked House Democrats for stuffing their own rescue proposal with priorities unrelated to the coronavirus crisis—especially one priority he famously hates.
It’s not just grocery shoppers who are hoarding pantry staples.
Finding ride-share horror stories isn’t difficult.