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The Economist

Officers have taken to patrolling parks to break up gatherings and tape off outdoor gyms, as if they were crime scenes econ.st/348MBMP
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It once furnished noblemen and now appears in nightclubs econ.st/39Ckt5Q From @1843mag
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Across Britain’s public sector, innovation that was previously unthinkable is happening econ.st/2JABp23
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“I, Claudius” was soap opera on a grand scale, featuring murder, madness, incest and betrayal econ.trib.al/xlioj1g
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The popularity of virtual experiences raises the bar for live events such as concerts and classes in the post-covid world econ.st/2xKaVbw
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“The measures...put in place to help people to survive without work may for many people be insufficient.” @econcallum on America’s job market, on “The Intelligence” econ.st/2JDqc0J
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Too many unicorns rest on shaky financial structures that may exaggerate their lofty valuations econ.st/2UFmaLH
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The future of Britain’s call centre industry is on the line econ.st/2UCuRX1
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Today on “The Intelligence”: the coronavirus crunch in American jobs, Muhammad bin Salman’s difficult year, and a 44,000-year-old cave painting econ.st/347pT7B
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America's $2trn stimulus includes loan guarantees that could fund more than twice as much in corporate borrowing. Who will need help? econ.st/3dHTsRE
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As Britain hunkers down in self-isolation, families are settling into a timewarp econ.st/2yx5BZJ
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Talk of a new settlement comparable with that under Labour in 1945 is particularly far-fetched econ.st/2xKKtP8
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This week's cartoon from KAL: econ.st/39HK11k
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As more countries are stricken by covid-19, how should leaders approach the harrowing trade-offs needed to tackle the crisis? econ.st/2ylyOXg
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Most of the 4bn or so people who use the internet today do so via mobile connections rather than land-lines econ.st/2UCKjlP
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Can the convenience of digital payments ever replace the consequence of coins? econ.st/2xFyQZO From @1843mag
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“We need to talk about emoji.” On “Money Talks”, @r_shanbhogue gets serious about the dos and don’ts of remote working with GitHub CEO @natfriedman and our reporter @EconoScribe econ.st/2UT6S4y
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The machine is not a ventilator, but a breathing aid typically used to assist people who have breathing problems to sleep more soundly econ.st/2UVy5np
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Governments need a clearer framework to organise the jumble of schemes, protect taxpayers and preserve the economy’s dynamism econ.st/3425qRR
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Some $822bn has flowed into American startups since 2010. But the euphoria began to ebb last year econ.st/2wZSb7U
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“This is going to be a time that this country has to deeply re-evaluate practices from a national security perspective.” Senator @CoryBooker tells @annemcelvoy how covid-19 will change America on “The Economist Asks” podcast econ.st/3aPPapm
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Dave Calhoun, Boeing’s new boss, says that the firm has $15bn in liquidity econ.st/2wcgoaW
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Huawei's net profit rose by nearly 6% to 63bn yuan ($8.8bn). The firm's cashflow from operations rose by 22% year on year, to 91bn yuan econ.st/3bItuf2
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Tech's big five firms are a bastion of financial stability. Smaller firms are collapsing–and they could be snapped up by the tech giants econ.st/3bKpyub
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Jellyfish, not the meek, might inherit the Earth econ.st/2UAycpm
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Why covid-19 has spread among Israel’s ultra-Orthodox econ.st/3aOSocI
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An antibody test for the novel coronavirus will soon be available econ.st/2wP2VpU
The joys of teaching poker to your kids econ.st/2wWF2N4
How to save humanity, according to James Lovelock econ.st/39xuGk4
Some studies suggest that the impact of quarantines can be so severe as to result in a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder econ.st/2UBdkyf
A "video visit" to a doctor can help someone seek treatment without the risk of passing on infection to others #OpenFuture econ.st/3aCTfxo
Meditation apps, digital fitness classes and online cookery courses are booming during self-isolation econ.st/3aDSEvi
Britain has tested a total of 135,000 people, compared with 500,000 a week in Germany econ.st/2JxPtt1
A lost year in Saudi Arabia econ.st/2R6iiAX
Venezuela is in no position to repay its debts, but this is no problem for Rosneft—it can dump its Venezuelan assets onto Russian taxpayers econ.st/2UAjNti
For some musicians, online instruction is a way to make money now that recording and touring are out of the question econ.st/340S20c
China is also an idea, revealing much about Western hopes and fears econ.st/2yo67cg
Gas gives Mozambique the hope of a more prosperous future—but also a prize worth fighting over econ.st/2X10ElU
The tough ethical decisions doctors face with covid-19 econ.st/3dQxtIs
Sequoia, a venture-capitalist firm, recently put out a memo entitled "Coronavirus: The Black Swan of 2020" econ.st/2UBO6A1
The tone of most editorial cartoons in the West is changing as the coronavirus spreads econ.st/2UOFVzg
Abe Shinzo draws closer to declaring a state of emergency econ.st/2R6idNF
Covid-19’s death toll appears higher than official figures suggest econ.st/2JvRbv2
Many fitness and wellness classes are taught through Zoom. The videoconferencing service is now worth around $40bn econ.st/2UB6cSu
In some regions the number of deaths in March is much higher than last year. Can all of these fatalities be attributed to covid-19? econ.st/2yvL8od
On any given day during the epidemic, Republican governors have been 42% less likely than Democratic ones to mandate social-distancing measures econ.st/3bJC3pY
Slack and Zoom have become household names. Tech's big five firms are seeing surging demand econ.st/2R2u4ws
After leading New Jersey’s largest city as mayor through the financial crisis and Hurricane Sandy, how does @CoryBooker think America can protect itself—and bounce back from—covid-19? Listen to “The Economist Asks” econ.st/39Fw6sA
The question is not whether Boeing will survive but how econ.st/2X1cv3p
 
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