Job seekers now face a new challenge – how to search in times of uncertainty. What can be done to keep a job search going strong during this time?
Why the WHO won’t call the coronavirus a pandemic
The virus has spread across all continents. But the WHO has held back on using the term "pandemic" for it.
How HIV expertise is helping South Africa tackle coronavirus
Many of the country's leading HIV researchers are redeploying their expertise and laboratories to fight the coronavirus.
This is how the tech giants are helping tackle coronavirus
The Alibaba group is donating $144 million to pay for medical supplies.
What Is a Pandemic, Anyway?
It’s a massive outbreak of disease—but what deserves the distinction might surprise you.
Coronavirus Pandemic: How Clinical Trials Help And If You Can Sign Up?
Reports say that scientists are now conducting clinical trials in the war against the coronavirus. This was confirmed by sources within the government. How will these clinical trials help in fighting COVID-19? Can you sign up for such clinical trials?
COVID-19: What to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 3 April
This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Linda Lacina, Digital Editor, World Economic Forum In this round-up, find cor…
How a gym owner is taking his business online through the coronavirus pandemic
Taking a private gym and making all of the classes virtual via Zoom isn't as simple as it sounds.
3 nights, 3 hotels: What it's really like to stay in a hotel during the coronavirus pandemic
Daily housekeeping and valet parking are out and free masks are plentiful but often not worn as hotels reopen during the coronavirus crisis.
These 10 countries are the best prepared to fight a pandemic
The topic was thrust into the spotlight in 2014 when an Ebola outbreak devastated parts of West Africa, killing more than 10,000 people.
Poor, essential and on the bus: Coronavirus is putting public transportation riders at risk
While many Americans work from home, millions of critical workers are still cramming onto buses and trains, putting themselves and others at risk.
Tips and tricks for grocery shopping online during the coronavirus pandemic
With a high demand for online grocery delivery services it's getting difficult to book a delivery slot. Here are some tips to help you get one.
Sorry, beer fans — the coronavirus pandemic could make your drinks flat. Here’s why
The fizz added to your bubbly drinks is becoming harder to come by, sparking concerns about flat beer and soda.
15 gifts to give essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic
Essential workers like nurses and grocery store clerks deserve a thank you during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are the best gifts to get them from N95 masks to food delivery.
A vegan company lost more than 10% of its workforce after it gave employees 24 hours to decide...
The vegan food company's branding is radical, but some employees think it's putting profits over people.
June 2019: Credit Union Cybersecurity Tip of the Month
The user provisioning process is an integral part of your credit union’s security. It can often be considered an IT problem, but it is an area that affects the security and operation of the entire credit union. User provisioning encompasses not only account creation at hire but also includes the entire lifecycle management of user …
100 years after 'Spanish Flu': Is the world ready for the next pandemic?
In the winter of 1918-1919, a flu pandemic affected 500 million people and killed between 40 million and 70 million.
Small business owner: Walmart can sell clothes but why can't I during coronavirus pandemic?
The Locker Room owner George Wilder becomes the face of an Alabama retail group's call to reopen small businesses
Digitalist Magazine’s Top Posts Of The Week [June 10, 2019]
This week's top posts shares how RPA gets smart, why experience matters most for growing businesses, where the circular economy is flexing its muscle, and more.
How Will the Coronavirus Pandemic Impact Litigation and Dispute Resolution in the Future?
It seems inevitable that some aspects of the legal system currently being conducted remotely may become the norm, presenting both opportunities and challenges for clients and their lawyers.