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Your COVID-19 Toolkit

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.



BBC News

Millions of people in Beijing to be tested after outbreak

Queues form outside hundreds of testing centres in the city's Chaoyang district. Also: the Peruvian government is urged to help poorer families affected by Covid, and the Indian politician Sonia Gandhi is being treated for Covid-19 in hospital.

The Economist | Business

How sturdy are Europe’s tech unicorns?

The downturn is unlikely to lay waste to tech on the old continent again…

Beach reads for business folk

What to read when you are not working…

Mars Inc gets the purpose v profit balance right

Showy corporations should learn from the low-key, family-owned mammal-feeder…

Japanese energy firms cling on to their Russian assets

That puts them in line with Japan’s government but at odds with the West…

The pandemic is boosting sellers of traditional medicine

Whether or not they work, herbal remedies are a healthy business…

The Economist | International

Around the world, bans do not make abortion much rarer

But they can make care for all pregnancies worse…

Costly food and energy are fostering global unrest

Many governments are too indebted to cushion the blow to living standards…

Swimming’s ruling on transgender women continues a trend

Another sport chooses fairness over inclusion…

Can tech tackle the global crisis of depression and anxiety?

Quite possibly. A new WHO report sets out the scale of the need…

Does the tank have a future?

The war in Ukraine has exposed the vehicle’s vulnerabilities. They can be overcome…

The Guardian

Australia news live: thousands more evacuated in Sydney floods; RBA interest rate decision due

Federal disaster payments available to 23 flood-affected areas in NSW; more rain forecast across Sydney and Newcastle region as crisis continues; Portland Bay bulk carrier may be stranded offshore until Wednesday; RBA interest rate decision due. Foll…

Chicago shooting: manhunt continues as person of interest in Fourth of July attack named – latest updates

At least six killed and two dozen injured after shooting in Highland Park just after 10am local timeAt least six dead in shooting at Chicago suburb’s Fourth of July paradeIn a new statement, Biden condemned the shooting in Highland Park as a “sen…

Russia-Ukraine war: Ukraine PM calls for confiscated assets from Russian oligarchs to fund recovery – live

Ukrainian government says key source of funding for recovery plan should be assets confiscated from Russian oligarchsUkrainian flag raised over Snake Island after Russian retreatUkraine lays out $750bn ‘recovery plan’ for postwar futureDonetsk ne…

Detained basketball star Brittney Griner asks Biden ‘not to forget about me’

In letter passed to White House, athlete says she fears she may be stuck in Russian prison for everThe imprisoned basketball star Brittney Griner has made an appeal to Joe Biden in a letter passed to the White House through her representatives, sayin…

Efforts to move cargo ship stranded off Sydney suspended after tow lines snap in wild weather

MV Portland Bay anchored in a sheltered position after wind and torrential rain prevented towing the ship to safetyFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updates‘Every time, we wonder if the bridge will go under’: for Hawkesbury resid…


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…

Sellfy Review 2022: How Good Is This Ecommerce Platform?

 Are you searching for an ecomerce platform to help you build an online store and sell products?In this Sellfy review, we'll talk about how this eCommerce platform can let you sell digital products while keeping full control of your marketing.An…

Ahrefs vs SEMrush: Which SEO Tool Should You Use?

SEMrush and Ahrefs are among the most popular tools in the SEO industry. Both companies have been in business for years and have thousands of customers per month. If you're a professional SEO or trying to do digital marketing on your own, at some poi…

Top 10 Best PLR(Private Label Rights) Websites | Which One You Should Join in 2022?

Content creation is one of the biggest struggles for many marketers and business owners. It often requires both time and financial resources, especially if you plan to hire a writer.Today, we have a fantastic opportunity to use other people's product…

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…

Wall Street Journal

Fresh Scandal Threatens to Tarnish U.K.'s Boris Johnson and Tory Party

Allegations that a Tory Party lawmaker made unwanted advances in a London club has put fresh pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Gunfire From Israeli Military Positions Likely Killed Al Jazeera Reporter, U.S. Finds

Gunfire from Israeli military positions was likely responsible for the death in May of Shireen Abu Akleh, the U.S. State Department said, though American officials said they found no evidence the killing was deliberate.

Ukraine War Hits Germany With First Trade Deficit in Over Three Decades

The fallout from Russia’s war in Ukraine sent Germany’s import bill for energy sharply higher, but its deficit with China also widened.

Ukraine War Lessons: You Can't Hide and Weapons Stockpiles Are Essential

The U.S. and its allies are studying Europe’s biggest conflict in decades. “You can’t cyber your way across a river.”…

Biden Might Soon Soften Chinese Tariffs, in Decision Fraught With Policy Tensions

The White House wants to take steps aimed at easing inflation while still looking tough on China.


The 36 Best Fourth of July Deals on Kitchen Gizmos and Tech

Independence Day is here, and so are the savings. We’ve rounded up plenty of sales on air purifiers, office chairs, massage guns, and more.

Which Amazon Fire Tablet Is Best for You?

Whether you need a travel-friendly slate or something affordable for the kids, we tested every model to find the right one for everybody.

Why Can’t a Magnet-Propelled Truck Actually Work?

The internet thinks it has discovered the secret to fuel-free perpetual motion. Physics knows better.

Sharing Music Rescued My Relationship With My Teenager

I texted her Joni Mitchell, she sent me songs of her own. Slowly, my daughter began to open up to me again.

TikTok’s Latest Cringe Trend: Gen Z Critiques Their Former Selves

The first generation to grow up on Instagram and Snapchat is already taking stock.

New York Times

Russia Advances Behind Brutal Barrage, but Will Its Strategy Keep Working?

The Russian and Ukrainian armies have both been badly mauled, raising questions about how long they can keep fighting as they have, particularly the outgunned Ukrainians.

Ukraine Live Updates: Russia’s Grinding Approach Brings Gains in the East

Moscow’s victory in Luhansk was based on overwhelming firepower and mile-by-mile advances. But as Russia turns its focus farther inside Ukraine, it is unclear how long its forces can sustain the taxing assault.

Zhang Sizhi, Lawyer Who Defended Chinese Dissidents, Dies at 94

He shed tears over the challenge of defending clients in a system stacked against them. But even in defeat, admirers said, he set a lasting example.

Nazi Tapes Provide a Chilling Sequel to the Eichmann Trial

Sixty years after the execution of Adolf Eichmann, the logistics chief of the Holocaust, an Israeli documentary airs his confessions in his own voice.

Your Tuesday Briefing: A Mass Shooting Near Chicago

Plus Russia regroups in the east and China arrests a mysterious tycoon.

South China Morning Post

Rusty Eiffel Tower needs full repairs, gets US$63 million paint job instead

The world-famous landmark is in a poor state, and work has been delayed because of the pandemic, a French magazine says, citing confidential reports.

China’s GDP target ever more distant, with second quarter growth tipped for 2-year low

Even a rebound in the second half of 2022 might not be enough for China to hit its annual economic growth target, as Beijing clings to zero Covid and its rivalry with the West heats up.

6 killed in shooting during US July 4 parade, gunman on the loose

The suspect in the incident at an Independence Day event in a Chicago suburb, is described as a white male aged 18-20 with long black hair.

Joe Biden may roll back China tariffs this week, US media report says

Changes could include suspension of duties on some consumer goods and setting up a way for importers to request waivers on the import taxes.

Rich Russians should foot US$750 billion bill to rebuild, Ukraine PM says

Prime Minister Denys Shmygal says the frozen assets of Russia and its oligarchs should be a ‘key source of recovery’ for his war-torn country.


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