We got through the week.
It's still hard to believe what is all going on in the world. It's taking some time to get use to the new reality we all are experiencing. I think that we all will have to stay in for at least the next 30 days.
Public Schools are announcing they are going to close until Fall and most Entrepreneurial Events are rescheduled to the fall, but dates haven't been announced.
First, we know no words will do justice to everyone's individual experience over the last couple weeks. All of us at Lyft feel the weight of our responsibility to the community, particularly right now.
We know Lyft can be a critical lifeline for communities in need. Many people still need help reaching essential services, and many drivers count on this work for extra income. We're taking immediate action to help with both.
We are all experiencing something that we have never been through before. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives, kept us from our routines and altered the way we interact with each other.
Washington, DC-Good Jobs First, which has for four years been urging governments to stop subsidizing Amazon.com, Inc., today renewed its call in light of the sales windfall the online retailer is reaping from the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of more tax breaks, Amazon should refund past subsidies and rescind future tax breaks in order to help governments cope.
Over the past 1-2 weeks, a lot of investors have reached out to me asking my thoughts on the current website investing climate, given what is going on in the world.
I wrote an article about the topic here, and so did Quiet Light Brokerage here, but I wanted to go a step further and write an email with my thoughts to everyone.
Allowing doctors and nurses to practice across state lines was "excellent idea" even before pandemic
Healthcare economist Robert Graboyes, senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center, is praising the Department of Health and Human Service’s emergency regulation allowing physicians, nurses and other medical care professionals to practice across state lines.
THIS IS BULLSHIT!!" he tells her.
And as the gate attendant attempts to calm the insane passenger down, he starts yelling again.
"FRONTIER SUCKS!" he says.
With the volatility of the stock markets, the looming Coronavirus, and a subsequent economic downturn, these times can be scary.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve, the Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office is communicating regularly with the Governor's Office, MEMA and state health officials to monitor developments of the outbreak.
As the spread of Covid-19 puts businesses on alert, Wisconsin DMV reminds customers that the majority of people do not need to visit a DMV for vehicle services. Renewing license plates, changing address, titling a new vehicle, ordering a duplicate driver license or ID card and more can all be done online at wisconsindmv.gov.