· Boxer Mayweather set to pay for Floyd’s funeral →
Health experts and political leaders have warned that the nationwide protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd could cause a catastrophic setback for controlling COVID-19 in the U.S., as cities and states continue efforts to reopen.
· Moon's in-person summit season opener still uncertain despite Trump's invitation →
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, he cited the strategic importance of the countries either over defense industry partnerships or geographical value as a potential advance base for Seoul's efforts to reach out to Africa.
· No negative interest rates here please, Dr Lowe →
Beyond that, stimulatory efforts are probably better left to fiscal policy.
· Salem Media Group, Inc. (SALM) CEO Edward Atsinger on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Given the current circumstances, we all are working remotely so that may cause some extra coordination efforts during the Q&A portion of the call.
· Saudi seeks to raise $2.3 bn in Yemen donor conference →
Fighting between the Saudi-backed forces and the rebels has continued despite repeated UN calls for a ceasefire as part of global efforts to combat coronavirus.
· Coca-Cola's Business Model Not Immune To The Virus →
Coca-Cola's management has made a conscious effort to improve the company's profitability by divesting (refranchising) its bottling operations, which are low-margin compared to producing and selling beverages and concentrates.
· Minneapolis volunteers clean up streets after Floyd protests →
In an effort to clean up the city, community-based volunteers and others have descended on south Minneapolis nearly every morning since demonstrations against the death of Geroge Floyd in police custody began on Tuesday.
· Fauci says his contact with Trump has 'dramatically decreased' →
Fauci has done fewer interviews lately, despite warning that while efforts to contain the virus were “going in the right direction”, it did “not mean by any means that we have it under control”.
· N. Korea's main paper highlights leader Kim's love for people →
The article is seen as a warning toward officials to tighten their social and moral discipline while allaying public grievances as efforts to prevent an outbreak of the virus in the North have been ongoing for nearly four months in an economy already faltering under international sanctions.