An Event Designer Gives Advice On How To Celebrate Online
Willy Solis, who delivers groceries for the app Shipt in Denton, Texas, says the coronavirus pandemic has elevated the voices of workers like him, who are risking their lives to do essential jobs.
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Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky told NPR he is "very confident" the company can still go public in 2020 despite the coronavirus upending the travel and hospitality industry.
The Democracy Live homepage is displayed on a laptop. The company is administering a ballot return system for disabled voters in West Virginia, Delaware and, potentially, New Jersey.
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Workers at Amazon's Staten Island, N.Y., warehouse staged a protest demanding that the facility be closed following several confirmed cases of the coronavirus among staff.
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A woman walks past a vending machine that offers washable face masks in a Berlin subway station on Monday. German officials have said they will endorse a decentralized approach to coronavirus contact tracing.
As he was defending his dissertation, Dennis Johnson's Zoom video conference was interrupted by an unknown intruder. Johnson hopes his bad experience will bring better protections to the platform.
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