May 13, 2020

New Normal 2.0 for U.S. Economy Looks Awful, Long and Perilous

“Households…will save more and spend less. Companies will…bring production back to the U.S…officials [will] place a premium on domestic supplies of medical equipment and other products deemed essential.”

Coming Soon: Theaters Go Back to the Future With $2 Retro Blockbusters

In addition to “Jaws,” Comcast Corp.’s Universal Pictures is offering up titles including “Back to the Future” and Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho.”

California State University, nation’s largest four-year system, to teach remotely in fall

Cal State’s decision contrasts with a growing movement elsewhere in the country to reopen university campuses in the fall – or at least, announce the intention to do so.

Boeing goes another month without a single airliner order

Boeing failed to sell a single commercial airplane but saw orders for 108 planes canceled in April as a sharp drop in air travel erased any demand among airlines for new jetliners.

Coronavirus Lockdowns Trigger Big Drop in Consumer Prices

CPI down 0.8% as index for gasoline prices tumbles 20.6%

Male coronavirus patients with low testosterone levels are MORE likely to die from COVID-19

A recent study found men are twice as likely to die from the coronavirus

Fauci says vaccine ‘likely,’ but not in time for school

Fauci expressed optimism Tuesday that a vaccine will be found …within a year or two…most people can fight off the virus themselves, offering scientists an opportunity to devise a way to get the body to combat it better.

House Democrats Unveil $3 Trillion Pandemic Relief Proposal

“…Republicans instantly dismissed as an exorbitantly priced and overreaching response to the coronavirus crisis.”

‘We may have to rethink the toilet seat altogether’

“People don’t even want to touch a manual flush valve; they kick-flush using their foot”

Kansas county orders businesses to track customers; lawsuit calls that unconstitutional

The publisher of the local newspaper and a restaurant owner in Linn County both want the order blocked, contending it authorizes warrantless searches and seizures.

Manhattan Faces a Reckoning if Working From Home Becomes the Norm

“…companies are considering not just how to safely bring back employees, but whether all of them need to come back at all…They…realized unexpectedly that [remote work] was not all bad.”

Majority of remote workers are more productive and communicative

More than 40% of workers would prefer to work remotely full time in the future.

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