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By registering ships in the Bahamas and other countries, cruise companies can avoid U.S. laws and taxes. Now the Coast Guard says they should seek medical aid from those countries, rather than rely on the U.S.

Right now it’s kumbaya between partners in the pay TV industry. But media companies — and consumers — are paying billions for sports they’re not getting. That may lead to ugly negotiations, lawsuits and maybe political intervention down the road.

Banks and companies in other industries have already started ditching payments worth billions of dollars. The cuts are a sign of just how big a hit the coronavirus is for global businesses, which delivered a record $1.4 trillion in dividends last year.

While more people have been connected in recent years, tens of millions still lack access to high-speed internet because phone and cable companies hesitate to invest in far-flung rural areas.

All of the political pressure on companies not to lay off workers will backfire. By keeping employees they do not need, companies sacrifice their long-term competitiveness and viability, putting the jobs of all of their employees in jeopardy. So layoffs today save jobs tomorrow.

Looking at new docs from Treasury and SBA regarding small business loans. It does not appear that, for these companies, affiliation rules have been waived. Still don't have info yet on the larger "middle-market" pot from Treasury.

US technology companies founded by 1st, 2nd generation immigrants: @Apple  (April 1, 1976) Google Amazon Facebook Oracle IBM Uber Airbnb Yahoo Intel EMC eBay SpaceX VMWare AT&T Tesla NVIDIA Qualcomm Paypal ADP Reddit Slack WeWork Stripe Cognizant Intuit 3M Zoom 43% of Fortune 500

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We are calling on leading companies to actively participate in the 'Innovation for Now' initiative. Now, more than ever, it is important that we act together and share our knowledge: #digitalinitiative  #wehelpbusinesses  #digitaltransformation 

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Cheaper remote productions help media companies save money during the pandemic

Natixis - What financial reserves does a country have to deal with a severe crisis?: The coronavirus crisis obviously leads us to ask this question: what financial reserves does a country have if it has to stimulate its activity and support its companies

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My proposal to the politically correct Companies'>Automobile Companies would lower the average price of a car to consumers by more than $3500, while at the same time making the cars substantially safer. Engines would run smoother. Positive impact on the environment! Foolish executives!

Republicans had a deal until Nancy Pelosi rode into town from her extended vacation. The Democrats want the Virus to win? They are asking for things that have nothing to do with our great workers or companies. They want Open Borders & Green New Deal. Republicans shouldn’t agree!

We have just purchased many Ventilators from some wonderful companies. Names and numbers will be announced later today!

This is not about the ridiculous Green New Deal. It is about putting our great workers and companies BACK TO WORK!

Joe Biden thinks we should "return to normal." Normal means 87 million uninsured or underinsured. Normal means fossil fuel companies destroying the planet. Normal means the rich getting richer while the poor get poorer. We cannot return to normal. We need real change.

The first coronavirus case in the U.S. and South Korea was detected on the same day. By late January, Seoul had medical companies starting to work on a diagnostic test — one was approved a week later. Today, the U.S. isn’t even close to meeting test demand

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I’m calling on the Federal Government to nationalize the medical supply chain. The Federal Government should immediately use the Defense Production Act to order companies to make gowns, masks and gloves. Currently, states are competing against other states for supplies.

Just so we're all clear, Trump says he won't use the Defense Protection Act to order companies to make more equipment to save lives because he "doesn’t want to interfere in the free market." Explain to me how bailing out corporations isn't interfering in the free market?

Millions may now lose their jobs. And Trump wants our response to be a half-trillion dollar slush fund to boost favored companies and corporate executives – while they continue to pull down huge paychecks and fire their workers. Here’s what I know and how we stop it:

France just put a digital tax on our great American technology companies. If anybody taxes them, it should be their home Country, the USA. We will announce a substantial reciprocal action on Macron’s foolishness shortly. I’ve always said American wine is better than French wine!

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