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When Will Companies Let Workers Back Into the Office

White-Collar Companies Race to Be Last to Return to the Office

By: David Streitfeld
Source: The New York Times
Date of Publication: May 8th, 2020
Google, Facebook, Amazon, Capital One and others are extending work-from-home policies to September and sometimes far beyond.
Fortune 500 - 2020 List

Fortune 500 - 2020 List

By: Fortune
Source: Fortune
Date of Publication: May 25th, 2020
Fortune announces the 2020 Fortune 500 companies.
Assessing The Impact Of COVID-19 On Businesses: Changes Happening With More On The Way

Assessing The Impact Of COVID-19 On Businesses: Changes Happening With More On The Way

By: Mike Paxton, Brian O’Rourke
Source: S&P Global
Date of Publication: April 9th, 2020
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus is forcing companies and organizations around the world to rapidly adapt and change their businesses. A recent survey conducted by 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, underlines a number of key issues affecting businesses, including: Reduced access to current clients and prospective clients, A significant reduction in travel, Delaying, reducing or halting new staff hires
S&P Global Chief Economist on Job Losses due to Coronavirus

S&P Global Chief Economist on Job Losses due to Coronavirus

Source: Yahoo Finance
Date of Publication: April 3rd, 2020
U.S. Chief Economist at S&P Global Beth Ann Bovino joins Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Brian Sozzi and Heidi Chung to discuss what the latest jobs report reveals about the state of the economy.
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S&P Global CEO Speaks to Yahoo Finance

Source: Yahoo Finance
Date of Publication: May 19th, 2020
COVID-19- related corporate bankruptcies and debt defaults in the U.S. are on the rise. And it’s likely to get much uglier in the months ahead, despite efforts by lawmakers to shore up corporate balance sheets. “So far this year, we’re almost running at a rate of double the defaults of last year,” said S&P Global CEO Douglas Peterson on Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade. “We think that there is going to be an increase in default levels up to potentially 10% of the high yield debt [markets].” In April, the rate was 3.9%.
S&P Global Foundation Commits Additional USD $2M to COVID-19 Relief Efforts

S&P Global Foundation Commits Additional USD $2M to COVID-19 Relief Efforts

Source: CSR Newswire
Date of Publication: April 14th, 2020
The S&P Global Foundation, the charitable arm of S&P Global (NYSE: SPGI), today announced a second round of grants aimed at supporting the global response to COVID-19. In addition to completing the initial allocation of USD $2 million, the Foundation has committed an additional $2M to widen its impact globally and support small businesses in this critical time of need, bringing total contributions to USD $4M.
S&P Global Foundation Announces USD $2 Million in Funds to Support COVID-19 Response Efforts

S&P Global Foundation Announces USD $2 Million in Funds to Support COVID-19 Response Efforts

Source: PR Newswire
Date of Publication: March 24th, 2020
S&P Global (NYSE: SPGI) today announced that the S&P Global Foundation, the Company's charitable giving arm, has allocated an initial pool of USD $2 million in funds to support the global response to the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).
S&P Global CEO Breaks Down How the Corporate Debt Market Operates

S&P Global CEO Breaks Down How the Corporate Debt Market Operates

By: Doug Peterson
Source: CNBC
Date of Publication: May 14th, 2020
S&P Global CEO Doug Peterson explained why the market is defined by liquidity and the rating agency is seeing heavy demand for research.
Nasdaq Responds to COVID-19 _ Nasdaq

Letter from Nasdaq President and CEO Adena Friedman

By: Adrena Friedman
Source: Nasdaq
Letter from Nasdaq President and CEO Adena Friedman regarding the exchange.
GEICO is Here to Help During the Coronavirus Outbreak

GEICO is Here to Help During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Source: Geico
Date of Publication: April 28th, 2020
To help provide support during COVID-19, we're giving our auto, motorcycle, and RV policyholders a 15% credit on your next 6-month or 12-month policy term. On average, customers can expect about $150 per auto policy without having to do anything.