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A collection of informational and though-provoking reads as we navigate the pandemic covering India, the US, and international.
Created by Maggie Rauch, a 20-year travel industry veteran and until very recently head analyst at online travel research firm Phocuswright, Clarity in Crisis is a resource for travel industry leaders looking for insights on the current moment,
I have toyed with the idea writing for years, and I have finally found my particular niche. My primary goal was, and still remains, to write a story that I would like to read. I am humbled and delighted that ya'll (yes I AM Southern) wil…
You will receive 2 daily mails on the coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic: The most important headlines, with my personal comment. A daily essay analyzing a particular topic of this pandemic. You won’t only get data or news, but analyses to
The popular e-newsletter from writer and speaker Sarah Bessey with exclusive essays, the books worth reading, good things, links, and so much more. Starting on the...
The most important contributions on the political, economic, and social effects of the unfolding crisis. We’ve trained our curation system, which rests on a mix of algorithmic and human curation, on the coronavirus crisis. Like with our 60+ regular
Emails from Mike with thoughts about I'm dealing with this coronavirus madness. I’m a guy in San Francisco and CEO of Onward. These newsletters are usually about what’s going on in my life. Right now that’s all about my experience with the
A newsletter about the complexity of making good public policy in the midst of a global pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged global policy makers in ways unheard of in most of our lifetimes. Fraught as they were, the credit crisis
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