· FireEye: Upholding The Bull Case →
Getting crippled by a denial of service attack or losing confidential information to a spear phishing attack will be more costly to manage than ever before.
· Yum China: Regulatory Concerns Hit A Pandemic-Battered Stock →
Having just concluded the acquisition of Huang Ji Huang, a casual-dining brand with over 640 outlets globally, the company, thanks to the robust balance sheet, looks more poised for an acquisition-led growth as the pandemic cripples weaker rivals.
· Singapore warns of worst economic contraction since independence →
The warning came as Singapore’s deputy prime minister unveiled a fresh support package worth Sg$33 billion (US$23.2 billion) for the troubled city, which has been crippled by months of lockdowns around the world.
· States deficit jumps to 4.5% of GDP; revenue gap seen to soar 7-times to 2.8%: Report →
As the nine-week long national lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic crippled the economy, the Centre has allowed the states to borrow 200 bps more than the legally mandated 3 per cent deficit while the Centre itself has upped its borrowing targets by Rs 4.2 lakh crore.
· Classical music is keeping a surprising number of people sane during lockdown – including me →
Even if Covid-19 can induce anosmia, crippling our sense of taste and smell, it has no detrimental effect on hearing.
The China Post
· Lebanon’s migrant workers’ plight worsens as crises multiply →
Now, some 250,000 registered migrant laborers in Lebanon — maids, garbage collectors, farm hands and construction workers — are growing more desperate as a crippling economic and financial crisis sets in, coupled with coronavirus restrictions.
· The man in the iron lung →
“I was too crippled,” he said bitterly.
The New York Times
· In Praise of Fallible Leaders →
Yet Trump’s strange foray into pharmacology pales in significance compared with the way his insistence that he’s always right about everything has crippled America’s response to a deadly virus.
The Wall Street Journal
· Don’t Try This at Home, Just Reopen My Hairdresser →
That is the least I can do on my part to support a small business that has been crippled for several months by closure.
· 'We did a happy dance': tourism industry fired up for re-opening →
Bright had been financially crippled by a bushfire-related shutdown in January, then by forced hibernation since March due to COVID-19.