The Coronavirus Crisis In Commercial Real Estate

The commercial real estate market has been clobbered in this crisis, as restaurants and stores virtually shut down entirely throughout the month of March. On this week’s Odd Lots episode, we speak to Tom Barrack, the CEO of Colony Capital, on the crisis facing the industry, and what he feels needs to be done further … Read more The Coronavirus Crisis In Commercial Real Estate

Many H.K. Restaurants May Not Survive the Virus Crisis: Green Monday

Apr.06 — David Yeung, founder and chief executive officer of Green Monday Group, a Hong Kong-based social venture tackling climate change, food insecurity and public health, discusses how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting retailers and restaurants in the city. The plant-based meatless pork seller operates 8 grocery stores and cafes. Yeung, who is also an … Read more Many H.K. Restaurants May Not Survive the Virus Crisis: Green Monday

Here’s How to Make Your Own Mask to Protect from Covid-19

The CDC is recommending folks cover their faces when out in public — but there’s already a shortage of masks. QuickTake producer Madison Mills shows you how to make your own non-medical mask at home if you can’t get one in stores Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2TwO8Gm QUICKTAKE ON SOCIAL: Follow QuickTake on Twitter: … Read more Here’s How to Make Your Own Mask to Protect from Covid-19

Bloomberg Studio 1.0: RealReal CEO Julie Wainwright

Apr.03 — The RealReal founder and Chief Executive Officer Julie Wainwright speaks to Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on the latest edition of Studio 1.0 about her Luxury Consignment Marketplace and the company’s use of technology to authenticate products and keep fakes off the market. Recorded March 4, before the global spread of the coronavirus shut down … Read more Bloomberg Studio 1.0: RealReal CEO Julie Wainwright

CDC Urges Americans Wear Nonmedical Cloth Masks But Trump Says He Won’t Wear One

President Donald Trump said the U.S. Centers for Disease and Prevention is recommending the use of non-surgical grade cloth masks as a voluntary measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. “It’s only a recommendation,” Trump told reporters at the White House on Friday, adding that the suggestion doesn’t replace guidance on social distancing. “It’s … Read more CDC Urges Americans Wear Nonmedical Cloth Masks But Trump Says He Won’t Wear One

US jobless claims hit new record: ‘How are we going to survive not having a job ?’

A staggering 10 million US workers have lost their jobs in the second half of March as the coronavirus forced stores and businesses nationwide to close their doors. Story by Monte Francis. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to … Read more US jobless claims hit new record: ‘How are we going to survive not having a job ?’

Coffee company fabricated data

There’s trouble brewing at Luckin Coffee. Luckin’s stock plunged over 80 percent on Thursday after it disclosed that its chief operating officer inflated 2019 sales by about 310 million U.S. dollars. The U.S.-listed coffee chain suspended its COO and several other employees, adding that an internal investigation was at a preliminary stage. It said that … Read more Coffee company fabricated data

Richard Christy Spends $1,000 on Alcohol to Last Him Throughout the Coronavirus Quarantine

“Wine, beer … a bunch of it just so we’ve got it just in case the stores shut down,” the Stern Show staffer explains for why he stocked up on booze before beginning his at-home quarantine. SUBSCRIBE for more videos: http://bit.ly/2qswmZU Want to know what’s going on with Howard Stern in the future? Follow us … Read more Richard Christy Spends $1,000 on Alcohol to Last Him Throughout the Coronavirus Quarantine

Wuhan Starts to Wake From Two-Month Virus Lockdown

Mar.30 — The lockdown that gripped the Chinese city of Wuhan, the original epicenter of the coronavirus, is starting to ease. Roughly 75% of stores in the Chuhe Hanjie pedestrian mall reopened this week, according to AP, but many imposed limits on how many people could enter. “I’m excited and I want to cry,” one … Read more Wuhan Starts to Wake From Two-Month Virus Lockdown

New York City under covid-19 quarantine: quiet streets and closed stores

As New York state’s death toll from the coronavirus outbreak passed 1,000, New Yorkers continued to battle Covid-19 through social isolation and self-quarantine, making the city’s typically busy streets and public areas eerily quiet Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► http://bit.ly/guardianwiressub Coronavirus US – latest updates ► https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2020/mar/30/coronavirus-us-live-updates-donald-trump-deaths-america-new-york-fauci See all our coronavirus coverage ► https://www.theguardian.com/world/coronavirus-outbreak … Read more New York City under covid-19 quarantine: quiet streets and closed stores