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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
It once furnished noblemen and now appears in nightclubs From @1843mag
Across Britain’s public sector, innovation that was previously unthinkable is happening
“I, Claudius” was soap opera on a grand scale, featuring murder, madness, incest and betrayal
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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
“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”
Too many unicorns rest on shaky financial structures that may exaggerate their lofty valuations
The future of Britain’s call centre industry is on the line
Today on “The Intelligence”: the coronavirus crunch in American jobs, Muhammad bin Salman’s difficult year, and a 44,000-year-old cave painting
America's $2trn stimulus includes loan guarantees that could fund more than twice as much in corporate borrowing. Who will need help?
As Britain hunkers down in self-isolation, families are settling into a timewarp
Talk of a new settlement comparable with that under Labour in 1945 is particularly far-fetched
This week's cartoon from KAL:
As more countries are stricken by covid-19, how should leaders approach the harrowing trade-offs needed to tackle the crisis?
Most of the 4bn or so people who use the internet today do so via mobile connections rather than land-lines
Can the convenience of digital payments ever replace the consequence of coins? From @1843mag
“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
The machine is not a ventilator, but a breathing aid typically used to assist people who have breathing problems to sleep more soundly
Governments need a clearer framework to organise the jumble of schemes, protect taxpayers and preserve the economy’s dynamism
Some $822bn has flowed into American startups since 2010. But the euphoria began to ebb last year
“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
Dave Calhoun, Boeing’s new boss, says that the firm has $15bn in liquidity
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
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
Jellyfish, not the meek, might inherit the Earth
Why covid-19 has spread among Israel’s ultra-Orthodox
An antibody test for the novel coronavirus will soon be available
The joys of teaching poker to your kids
How to save humanity, according to James Lovelock
Some studies suggest that the impact of quarantines can be so severe as to result in a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder
A "video visit" to a doctor can help someone seek treatment without the risk of passing on infection to others #OpenFuture
Meditation apps, digital fitness classes and online cookery courses are booming during self-isolation
Britain has tested a total of 135,000 people, compared with 500,000 a week in Germany
A lost year in Saudi Arabia
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
For some musicians, online instruction is a way to make money now that recording and touring are out of the question
China is also an idea, revealing much about Western hopes and fears
Gas gives Mozambique the hope of a more prosperous future—but also a prize worth fighting over
The tough ethical decisions doctors face with covid-19
Sequoia, a venture-capitalist firm, recently put out a memo entitled "Coronavirus: The Black Swan of 2020"
The tone of most editorial cartoons in the West is changing as the coronavirus spreads
Abe Shinzo draws closer to declaring a state of emergency
Covid-19’s death toll appears higher than official figures suggest
Many fitness and wellness classes are taught through Zoom. The videoconferencing service is now worth around $40bn
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?
On any given day during the epidemic, Republican governors have been 42% less likely than Democratic ones to mandate social-distancing measures
Slack and Zoom have become household names. Tech's big five firms are seeing surging demand
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”
The question is not whether Boeing will survive but how
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