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Google to Keep Employees Home Until Summer 2021 Amid Coronavirus Pandemic - WSJ

Google to Keep Employees Home Until Summer 2021 Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

By: Rob Copeland
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Date of Publication: July 27th, 2020
Search-engine giant pushes back return to normalcy.
These people bought homes without ever stepping inside

These people bought homes without ever stepping inside

By: Anna Bahney,
Source: CNN
Date of Publication: June 26th, 2020
Buyers are growing increasingly comfortable purchasing a home sight-unseen, with 36% saying they'd buy a home entirely online, while 43% would sell a home that way, according to a Zillow survey taken in mid-May. With the pandemic limiting travel and home viewing options, and more people contemplating moves because they can work remotely now, the practice is likely to become more common, according to Zillow.
Historical Data Shows Housing Market Will Boom After The 2020 Crisis, And So Will Bitcoin

Historical Data Shows Housing Market Will Boom After The 2020 Crisis, And So Will Bitcoin

By: Joseph Young
Source: Forbes
Date of Publication: May 24th, 2020
Historical data from the late 1990s show a financial crisis is often followed with a steep increase in housing prices. If real estate grows in a similar manner as the 2000s, safe haven assets like gold and potentially Bitcoin may follow.
A Message from Thomas J. DeRosa, Chairman and CEO of Welltower®

A Message from Thomas J. DeRosa, Chairman and CEO of Welltower®

By: Thomas J. DeRosa
Source: Welltower
Date of Publication: March 17th, 2020
Letter from Thomas J. DeRosa, Chairman and CEO of Welltower to employees and customers regarding coronavirus.
Our McFamily in the community

Our McFamily in the community

By: McDonalds
Source: McDonalds
A series of articles from McDonald's locations around the world and their response to their local communities.
Watch CNBC's full interview with Marriotte CEO Arne Sorenson

Watch CNBC’s full interview with Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson

Source: CNBC
Date of Publication: March 24th, 2020
Arne Sorenson, CEO of Marriott, joins “Squawk Alley” to discuss the fallout of the coronavirus on the hotel industry and turning closed hotels into makeshift hospitals.