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WHO chief to racist insults: ‘I don’t give a damn’
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This is the web version of raceAhead, Fortune’s daily newsletter on race, culture, and inclusive leadership. To get it delivered daily to your inbox, sign up here. RaceAhead is back from break! A quick refresher: We’re now on a twice-a-week schedule, landing in your inbox Tuesdays and Fridays. And we will be adding new sections over the coming […]

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The coronavirus pandemic is changing work forever
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Each day we are learning ways to adapt to working from home as we social distance and self-quarantine in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here in the U.S., while many speculate on how long this shutdown will last and when we will return to normal work lives, the reality is that this crisis is permanently […]

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There are 32 authorized coronavirus tests so far—here’s how they differ
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Subscribe to Outbreak, a daily roundup of stories on the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on global business, delivered free to your inbox. Just one month ago, there were only two available COVID-19 tests in the country. Now, that number stands at 32. The FDA’s website lists all of the various COVID-19 diagnostics which have […]

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3 ways to put your best foot forward on a video job interview
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With so many people working at a distance from coworkers, conversations and meetings via Zoom or Skype are getting so familiar that a certain casualness has crept in. About 90% of us, for example, have had a family member or a pet wander in during a work-related video chat, according to a survey by HR […]

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Freelancers and independent contractors can now apply for SBA Paycheck Protection Program loans. Here’s what to know
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So far, the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program rollout has been messy at best. Banks have already been inundated with applications from small businesses (who were able to begin applying for the loan on April 3) and have already struggled with the volume of applications and their own liquidity. But on April 10, a […]

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Trump says US will have 'substantially under' 100,000 deaths from coronavirus, lower than initial estimates
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Trump said early estimates indicated the U.S. would see 100,000 to 200,000 deaths from the coronavirus and up to 2.2 million if the U.S. didn't take any action.

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Trump says he's not going to reopen economy 'until we know this country is going to be healthy'
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Trump said he also plans to announce an "Opening our Country Council" on Tuesday to help determine how to reopen the economy.

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New US projections show summer coronavirus infection spike if restrictions are lifted, report says
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New U.S. government figures show coronavirus infections will spike during the summer if stay-at-home orders are lifted after 30 days as planned, the New York Times reported on Friday.

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3 Lessons for First-Time CEOs From Someone Who's Been There
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The lessons a CEO two years in wishes she knew when she started out.

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