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The impacts of the pandemic caused by COVID-19 are being felt across industries globally. In times of uncertainty and fear of the unknown, it is now more important than ever for resources and help to be readily available. Whether it is implementing business continuity plans, adjusting value propositions to align with the evolving crisis, strengthening strategic muscles or preparing for post pandemic, we are here to help.

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The Economist | Business

Where on Earth is big oil spending its $200bn profit bonanza?

BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell and TotalEnergies are increasingly looking to their backyards…

Things are looking up for Meta

Is the worst over for Mark Zuckerberg’s social-media empire?

An alliance between Renault and Nissan gets a reboot

Both sides should be happier now…

The relationship between AI and humans

What questions do technologies like ChatGPT raise for employees and customers?

The Economist | International

Massive earthquakes in Turkey and northern Syria kill thousands

Poor construction and armed conflicts will raise the toll…

Most children in poor countries are being failed by their schools

Having teachers follow pre-baked lessons could help…

Open-source intelligence is piercing the fog of war in Ukraine

Social-media posts and satellite imagery provide a torrent of data, but can overwhelm and confuse…

The age of the grandparent has arrived

The ratio of grandparents to children is higher than ever before. That has big consequences…

The death of Pope Benedict removes a problem for liberal Catholics

But the battle over the church’s future goes on…

The Guardian

Volodymyr Zelenskiy makes appeal for jets in address to British parliament

Rishi Sunak asks defence secretary to look at options after Ukrainian leader’s plea in speech to MPs and peersRussia-Ukraine war – latest news updatesVolodymyr Zelenskiy has made a powerful appeal to the UK to supply Ukraine with fighter jets, in…

Treasury reins in levelling up spending amid Gove’s plan for more grants

Michael Gove’s department banned from spending money on new capital projects without Treasury approvalMichael Gove’s government department has been banned from spending money on new capital projects without Treasury approval amid concerns on how…

Refugees protest against plan to move them from London to Bedfordshire

More than 130 asylum seekers were living in Greenwich hotel and were given just a few hours’ noticeDozens of asylum seekers have staged a protest inside a Greenwich hotel where they have been for 18 months, after being given just a few hours’ not…

Boris Johnson steps up pressure on Rishi Sunak to send Typhoon jets to Ukraine – as it happened

This blog has now closed, you can read more on this story hereRishi Sunak was at Stansted to welcome President Zelenskiy, he reveals. That explains how they are going to fit in a meeting before PMQs. (See 10.47am.) It is very unusual for a visting le…

Twitter: ex-executives begin testimony on handling of Hunter Biden laptop case

Company temporarily restricted New York Post article in 2020 about contents of the abandoned computer of Joe Biden’s sonFormer senior staff at Twitter began testimony on Wednesday before the House oversight committee about the social media platfor…

TechCrunch

Top 10 AI Content Generator & Writer Tools in 2022

Are you looking for a way to create content that is both effective and efficient? If so, then you should consider using an AI content generator. AI content generators are a great way to create content that is both engaging and relevant to your audien…

TOP 11 AI MARKETING TOOLS YOU SHOULD USE (Updated 2022)

   The marketing industry is turning to artificial intelligence (AI) as a way to save time and execute smarter, more personalized campaigns. 61% of marketers say AI software is the most important aspect of their data strategy.  If…

Beginner Guide to CJ Affiliate (Commission Junction) in 2022

Image by vectorjuice on FreepikIn this CJ Affiliate guide, I will share with you everything you need to get started on the platform, I will give you an in-depth look at the network and how it works.You will learn how to earn money with the platform.

Canva Review 2022: Details, Pricing & Features

Are you looking for a new graphic design tool? Would you like to read a detailed review of Canva? As it's one of the tools I love using. I am also writing my first ebook using canva and publish it soon on my site you can download it is free.  Le…

Most Frequently Asked Questions About Affiliate Marketing

There are lots of questions floating around about how affiliate marketing works, what to do and what not to do when it comes to setting up a business. With so much uncertainty surrounding both personal and business aspects of affiliate marketing. In…

Wall Street Journal

U.K. Considers Sending British Jet Fighters to Ukraine

The announcement was a significant victory for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who visited London to press allies for jet fighters amid a mounting Russian offensive.

Russian Forces Press Ukrainian Defense in Northeast

Moscow is seeking to gain an advantage ahead of the arrival of more powerful weapons in Ukraine from the West.

Rescue Teams Race to Find Earthquake Survivors in Turkey, Syria

The death toll from the earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria rose past 11,700 and is expected to continue climbing, as freezing temperatures continued to complicate humanitarian efforts.  …

Kim Jong Un's Daughter Appears Again in North Korea, Spurring Succession Speculation

Kim Ju Ae accompanied her father to a military banquet this week, after previously attending a flight test of an intercontinental ballistic missile.

Russia Throws Soldiers Into Ukraine Firing Line to Gain Inches

Moscow shows scant regard for the lives of its conscripts, but the battle for Bakhmut is also costly for Ukrainian defenders.

Wired

Tech Volunteers Rush to Save Turkey’s Earthquake Survivors

Within hours of the disaster, software engineers were rolling out applications to help locate people in need and distribute aid.

Anker Soundcore Space A40 Review: Great Budget Wireless Earbuds

These wireless earbuds offer nearly everything you’d want at less than half the price.

I Thought Pour-Over Coffee Wasn’t for Me—Until I Did It Right

A trio of inexpensive gadgets helped me get better flavors and more consistent results from the finicky brewing method.

Health Care Bias Is Dangerous. But So Are ‘Fairness’ Algorithms

Medical systems disproportionately fail people of color, but a focus on fixing the numbers can actually lead to worse outcomes.

How to Detect AI-Generated Text, According to Researchers

ChatGPT is not as random as a human—for now.

New York Times

Live Updates: Erdogan Visits Quake Area as Death Toll Passes 11,600 in Turkey and Syria

The death toll from the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria rose as rescuers faced shortages of trucks, fuel and time. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey visited the area near the epicenter.

Lost Letters by Mary, Queen of Scots, Uncovered by Code Breakers

The messages, written while she was imprisoned by her cousin Queen Elizabeth I, were mistakenly listed as Italian texts in France’s national library.

When a ‘Miracle’ Drug is Out of Reach

Vertex Pharmaceuticals is not making its drug, Trikafta, available in poorer countries, where thousands of diagnosed patients stand to benefit.

Turks and Syrians Abroad Rally to Help Their Homelands After Earthquake

An outpouring of donations is flowing from around the world, as communities struggle to ease feelings of helplessness — and the agony of waiting for loved ones who have not called.

‘Freedom Will Win,’ Zelensky Vows in Surprise Visit to U.K.

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine met with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, addressed Britain’s Parliament and had an audience with King Charles III during a visit to a key wartime ally.

South China Morning Post

Asia to use half the world’s electricity by 2025, driven by China consumption: IEA

China will be consuming more electricity than the European Union, United States and India combined, the International Energy Agency said.

US military didn’t know if missile that took out Chinese ‘spy balloon’ would work, commander says

The single AIM-9X Sidewinder fired from an F-22 fighter may never have been tested against such a target at high altitude, a top US commander says.

US-China tensions may be rising, but among Gen Z, the two countries have never been more aligned

Sharing similar digital cultures and unprecedented access to information, the post-95 generation in the US and China have far more in common than their parents. They also share an awareness of the crisis-prone times they live in, with many anxious ab…

Germany’s Angela Merkel receives Unesco peace prize for ‘political courage’ in welcoming migrants

Organisers said former German Chancellor Angela Merkel showed political courage in welcoming refugees who had fled conflict in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Eritrea.

Jeffrey Epstein’s banks seek to end accusers’ lawsuits

JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank say there are no allegations they know about or anything they actively did to further Epstein’s sex trafficking.

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