According to a recent study, over 63% of Americans say they often come across fake images online. Whether those images are truly faked or perceived as such, the damage is done. We are rapidly losing trust in what we see, our evolutionary number source of information. If this trend continues, […]

× With many stakeholders questioning their social contract with government and corporate institutions, how can leaders invest in, rebuild, and renew trust in these relationships? For many business leaders, 2020 has been defined by the global pandemic. Yet our challenges as leaders won’t end with a COVID-19 vaccine. Underlying societal […]

× With many stakeholders questioning their social contract with government and corporate institutions, how can leaders invest in, rebuild, and renew trust in these relationships? For many business leaders, 2020 has been defined by the global pandemic. Yet our challenges as leaders won’t end with a COVID-19 vaccine. Underlying societal […]

× With many stakeholders questioning their social contract with government and corporate institutions, how can leaders invest in, rebuild, and renew trust in these relationships? For many business leaders, 2020 has been defined by the global pandemic. Yet our challenges as leaders won’t end with a COVID-19 vaccine. Underlying societal […]

Image source: The Motley Fool. Vornado Realty Trust (NYSE:VNO)Q3 2020 Earnings CallNov 04, 2020, 10:00 a.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Good morning, and welcome to the Vornado Realty Trust third-quarter 2020 earnings call. My name is Richard, and I’ll be your operator for today’s […]

Iraqi immigrant Ethar Kakoz, a contact tracer for the COVID-19 virus, sits for a portrait Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, in El Cajon, Calif. Kakoz is among a growing legion of ethnically and racially diverse contact tracers hired by local health departments to bridge the cultural divide in the United States […]

“I’m a little bit like Grand Central Station right now,” she said. Vaccine hesitancy is nothing new. The first anti-vaccine league group appeared in Britain in the 1850s, when the government tried to make smallpox vaccination mandatory. Most famously, in 1998, Andrew Wakefield a physician who subsequently lost his medical […]

Consumers are understandably wary about holiday shopping this year in the wake of ongoing economic and public health crisis. According to PwC’s annual Holiday Outlook, only 55 percent of consumers will spend the same or more this holiday season. And profiles of both consumers who plan to cut back on […]

John Flesher, Associated Press Published 1:20 p.m. ET Oct. 4, 2020 Traverse City – Michigan voters will decide next month whether to change how money can be spent under a popular program that buys land for public use and supports projects such as construction of trails, playgrounds and boat launches. […]

By Emma Pinedo and Nathan Allen MADRID (Reuters) – Spain said on Monday it hoped to convince Britain to exempt the Balearic and Canary islands from a sudden quarantine, and other Spanish regions said they also felt unfairly penalised by the sweeping British move. Britain on Saturday shocked Madrid, and […]