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The prospect of rationing ventilators prompts advocacy groups to file discrimination complaints

Hopes the COVID-19 pandemic is nearing a peak gave global stocks a boost and investors were betting on governments rolling out further stimulus

Apple and Tesla are making medical equipment to fight Covid-19. What happens when it's over? @donreisinger

Fed launches program to provide up to $2.3 trillion in loans to businesses, cities and states using money provided by Congress

Coronavirus: US weekly jobless claims hit 6.6 million

Trump's response to COVID-19 has been terrible, but he's right about one thing: the World Health Organization deserves scorn for ignoring Taiwan's coronavirus warnings while parroting the Chinese Communist Party's lies. My latest @businessinsider

As China is gradually reopening for business, Western auto makers with a strong presence there are getting a boost

U.S. weekly jobless claims top 6 million for second straight week

Futures dip ahead of weekly jobless claims number

Coronavirus: Airbnb restricts UK bookings to coronavirus keyworkers

Even as coronavirus cases rise in their countries, several G-20 leaders are enjoying a bump in their approval rating

Americans will receive direct deposits from the government as part of the coronavirus stimulus package beginning next week, says Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin

The ranks of workers filing for unemployment claims was 6.6 million last week, as the number of U.S. coronavirus cases outpaced the world

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Experts said the Labor Department could have broadened its framework to cover any self-employed person who saw work dry up because of the pandemic — whether an Uber driver or a web-marketing consultant. It chose not to.

Just 69% of renters paid their rent by April 5, according to data from 13 million units

Fed rolls out $2.3 trillion to backstop 'Main Street,' local governments during crisis

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The stock market is telling Trump to listen to the coronavirus experts

We spoke to two flight attendants to find out what it's like to work for an airline during the COVID-19 crisis

Christian religious leaders and priests adapt to coronavirus pandemic, canceling ceremonies and turning to relics and live-streaming of sermons for Easter services

Trump’s plans to reopen the economy depend on far more coronavirus testing than is currently possible

WATCH: Streaming service Disney+ crosses 50 million paid subscribers globally

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Peace can not be kept by force. Only by understanding

President Trump says he is considering ending funding for the WHO, Boeing and Airbus suffer as customers defer and cancel orders, and Covid-19 is having a disproportionate impact on black and Hispanic Americans #WSJWhatsNow

Tesla wants to restart production at its main California plant by May 4 but ahead of that is implementing across-the-board pay cuts for all employees as well as furloughs that will hit thousands of factory workers as COVID-19 shutdown drags on

NEW COVER: Zoom was just a conferencing app before coronavirus. Now it's the pandemic's social network

Zoom could be the next great video chat app, but rampant security concerns have left room for Microsoft to swoop in

Something is changing in Britain: society and community are back. A national sense of togetherness has emerged out of the coronavirus crisis.

A decade on, we are witnessing the Big Society develop across the whole country.

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You best be real sure of yourself before you start condemning others. #quotes

Zillow, Redfin and other iBuyers stopped their online all-cash home purchases last month. Some are forfeiting deposits.

The pandemic's aftermath might result in a billion dollar market for this new high-tech product. @Sales_Source

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Demand for food assistance is rising at an extraordinary rate, just as the nation’s food banks are being struck by shortages of both donated food and volunteer workers. Uniformed guardsmen help “take the edge off” at tense distributions of food boxes.

Coronavirus could permanently shut down some of America’s colleges

Everything you need to know about the new 401(k) no-penalty withdrawals in the CARES Act

While it waits to hear about federal aid, Lauderdale Community Hospital is determined to hold the health-care line in small-town Tennessee

Boris Johnson 'had a good night' in intensive care and 'continues to improve,' his spokesperson says

How tech can help shield finance firms from the coronavirus Sponsored by @Everbridge

Boris Johnson’s spokesman indicates that the lockdown will continue beyond next week’s deadline.

"We need to keep bearing down on the rate of transmission, which will mean continuing with social distancing measures.”

Saudi Arabia's crown prince is channelling his inner Warren Buffett. His swoop on bombed-out European oil companies like Shell carries similarities with a trademark move by the so-called Sage of Omaha. There are important differences, though. @gfhay says:

Billionaire/COVID-19 tracker updates:
-Mining magnate Andrew Forrest donates $324m to COVID-19 and other causes. He has also pledged up to $100m for medical supplies/testing
-Reid Hoffman & 4 other billionaires fund rapid research grants program


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80% of New York City's coronavirus patients who are put on ventilators ultimately die, and some doctors are trying to stop using them.

Follow along for live updates on the latest #coronavirus news around the globe.

Why you need to stop working 100 hours every week @jthomasgriffin

S&P cuts Renault bonds to 'junk' and downgrades outlook on PSA

Coronavirus text and call scams are here. Don’t click the link. Let unknown calls go to voicemail. @NicNguyen on avoiding bogus texts, calls and email

The world is using about 25 percent less oil than it typically does, a jarring collapse in an industry known for only gradual fluctuations in demand. But fighting among some of the largest producers has aggravated the volatility.

Poem called Focus on your goals.

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"I think it's going to be a mess for weeks."

What small businesses applying to the SBA's Paycheck Protection Program need to know:

Boris Johnson’s condition is 'improving', with the UK prime minister now 'sitting up in bed' in intensive care and engaging positively with hospital staff, the chancellor said on Wednesday

Beijing helps foreign enterprises resolve supply-chain bottlenecks and restart production to fend off the slowdown caused by the coronavirus

As this time is crucial for those with college aspirations, learn how you or someone you know can better prepare for the years ahead

Hopes of coronavirus peaking lift European shares

Three nurses in the UK forced to wear trash bags instead of real protective gear have tested positive for the #coronavirus

Nigerian Superstar @youngskales 🇳🇬 Unlocks a Brand #newvibe🚨 titled #Kowope🎵💥💣💥

This time, Skales collaborates with Senegalese-American singer @Akon who suits the Afro-Beats number.

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Is Your Company Ready for a Post-Pandemic World? Find out via @rebekahiliff

Have you recovered from COVID-19? I want to talk to you about the mental and emotional aftermath. Email to share for a @thisisinsider story. #mentalhealth #covid19 #coronavirus

Inside the rise of @FanjoyCo which dominates the influencer merch business with YouTube star clients like David Dobrik and Jake Paul

These are the 10 US cities most vulnerable to a housing downturn in a coronavirus-led recession

California developer says the state’s coronavirus lockdown was an act of God that prevented it from completing a $4.2 million property acquisition, asking a court to prevent owner Exxon from selling to any other buyers

Pfizer will also start testing its approved rheumatoid-arthritis drug Xeljanz this week to see whether the therapy has an anticoronavirus benefit

The White House's National Security Council, the Pentagon's Joint Staff and the Defense Intelligence Agency were all briefed on the impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China, as early as late November

"Tiger King" attracted 34.1 million U.S. viewers in the first 10 days after its release.

For reference, the third season of "Stranger Things" attracted 36.3 million viewers in its first 10 days last July

Global shares rose on hopes the COVID-19 pandemic was nearing a peak and that governments would roll out more stimulus to support their economies

A leaked audio transcript showed a Bank of America exec rejecting concerns of staff who didn't want to come to the office for fear of the coronavirus

'I still think cash is trash': @RayDalio doubled down on dollar doubts in Reddit 'ask me anything'

Even the coronavirus pandemic won't stop Europe’s push to regulate AI

“This could last a long time and be really serious, so I don’t want to be asking myself in a few months, ‘Why did I give away my last few paychecks to rent?’” said a florist in Oakland, Calif. “I need to know that I can eat and pay for health care.”

Overheard: Disasters come and go. Human nature, unfortunately, stays the same.

RT @ptarkkonen: Leaders do not avoid, repress, or deny conflict, but rather see it as an opportunity . - Warren Bennis #leadership

Saudi Arabia plowed $1 billion into Shell and other European oil producers

The country needs three conditions to avoid a depression and it's not clear that all can be met.

Hong Kong faces a troubled future after coronavirus

In happier times, the Premier League’s battles took place on the pitch. But executives, wealthy club owners and multi-millionaire players have become engaged in a blame game over how to absorb the losses being incurred due to the coronavirus pandemic

The co-working company is aggressively trying to cut costs by negotiating rent relief and switching leases to management agreements #WSJWhatsNow

Bass Pro Shops, a popular chain of hunting and fishing stores, has cut pay for the workers in charge of running its distribution centers and stores, even as they remain open during the coronavirus pandemic

80% of New York's coronavirus patients who are put on ventilators ultimately die, and some doctors are trying to stop using them

Under-used Swiss hospitals hint at hidden toll of coronavirus by @REUTERSFARGE Follow our live blog for the latest updates on the coronavirus:

People crave connection. Get out there. Give it to them and you will find it in return. @rajer_thatt

What are the best thrillers to read in a crisis? Join novelist @adamlebor and FT literary editor @frederick65 for a live discussion today at 12pm and 5pm UK time. Post in the comments below this story to get involved:

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