2020-08-13 21:37:41| Christian Science Monitor | Work/Money
In Maine and Cape Cod, the pandemic has thrown the livelihoods of lobstermen into a precarious position, forcing them to get creative.
2020-08-10 03:35:06| The Economic Times
Most investors who were looking to bet on homegrown short-video apps which have proliferated in the past one month, may hold out before there is further clarity. Things have been changing every few days. The high-stakes sale of TikTok in the US and in India has changed the course of events, say investors.
2020-08-06 02:19:09| digg
NBC anchor Chuck Todd was skeptical last year that President Donald Trump, who has spent years battling institutions and shredding norms, would agree to the general election debate schedule.
2020-08-05 17:27:23| Business - International Herald Tribune
Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, rolled out a new product that lets people create 15-second videos and share them.
2020-08-05 09:00:24| Fast Company
Green Beret Jason Van Camp trained soldiers for combat, so he knows how to prepare a team for unpredictable circumstances. Right now, we’re all dealing with uncertainty. As the pandemic continues into its fifth month, it’s hard to know what tomorrow will bring. To better handle the psychological stressors we’re facing, we have to get comfortable with the uncomfortable, says Jason Van Camp, author of Deliberate Discomfort: How U.S. Special Operations Forces Overcome Fear and Dare to Win by Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable.Read Full Story