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Coronavirus US live: US sees largest single-day Covid-19 death toll reported by any country

US sees highest one-day death toll from coronavirusUS scammers seek to capitalize on fearsBlack Americans dying in greater numbers from Covid-19Live global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSupport the Guardian’s independent journalism. Make a contribution 2.25pm BST US intelligence officials were warning of a virus sweeping through the Wuhan region of China as early as November, according to an ABC News report.ABC News reports:Concerns about what is now known to be the novel coronaviru...
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ABC News: US intelligence warned of China's spreading contagion in November

US intelligence officials were warning as far back as late November that the novel coronavirus was spreading through China's Wuhan region and posing a threat to its people and daily life, according to ABC News.
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10 Points to Consider Before Buying an Existing Business

For many small business owners, the path to business ownership included coming up with an idea and building the business from the ground up. While this is the dream from many, it might not be the best path to owning a business for others. As an alternative to starting a business, some people might choose to buy one that already exists. There are several advantages to buying an existing small business, but it also comes with some risk. If you are thinking about buying an existing business, there ...
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Live World Coverage of the Coronavirus Pandemic

China ended its lockdown of the city where the pandemic emerged, and other nations consider similar steps. President Trump and other officials are questioning the W.H.O.’s response to the outbreak.
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Wuhan ends lockdown; Virus strains medical workers to limits

By DANICA KIRKA AND ELENA BECATOROS LONDON — After 76 days in lockdown, the Chinese city at the heart of the global pandemic reopened Wednesday and tens of thousands immediately hopped on trains and planes to leave. Elsewhere, the economic, political and psychological toll of fighting the virus grew increasingly clear and more difficult to bear. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care, the first major world leader confirmed to have COVID-19. His condition was ...
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Recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic – What Should the Industry Expect? | By Trevor Stuart-Hill & William P. Perry, Jr.

The World Health Organization (WHO) issued the first situation report on January 21, 2020, noting 282 reported cases with 3 deaths. 91.5% of these cases were found in the Hubei Province in China (World Health Organization, 2020). Just 66 days later, as of March 27, 2020, the global cases had risen to 509,164 with 23,335 deaths and 10 days after that more than doubled to 1.21 Million cases and 67,840 deaths. The United States currently represents 25% of the total global cases up from less ...
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Research: How location-tracking apps could stop the spread of coronavirus

Nearly half of the world’s population is now locked down in their homes to avoid spreading the coronavirus. With a vaccine likely still many months away, many countries are looking for ways they can get their people and economies moving again without risking further deaths. New research suggests that using an app to track people’s movements and identify and isolate anyone who has come into contact with an infected person could be critical in avoiding or leaving lockdown. This kind of contact-tra...
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China Lifts Lockdown On Wuhan But Some Restrictions Remain

WUHAN, China (AP) — Amid streets newly bustling with cars and pedestrians, Wang Chun celebrated the lifting of a virus lockdown on her hometown of Wuhan on Wednesday with a dance outdoors after 2 1/2 months largely cooped up at home. “I’m so happy Wuhan has defeated the virus,” Wang said after recording a K-Pop-inspired duet with a male partner for posting on the internet. Neither of them wore face masks, at least for a brief few minutes. After she put on the mask again, Wang confronted the q...
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Call for common EU approach to apps and data to fight COVID-19 and protect citizens’ rights

The European Commission has responded to the regional scramble for apps and data to help tackle the coronavirus crisis by calling for a common EU approach to boost the effectiveness of digital interventions and ensure key rights and freedoms are respected. The European Union’s executive body wants to ensure Member States’ individual efforts to use data and tech tools to combat COVID-19 are aligned and can interoperate across borders — and therefore be more effective, given the virus does n...
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Zoom sued by one of its own shareholders for allegedly covering up its security flaws

Zoom is reportedly being sued by one of its own shareholders for allegedly hiding security flaws in its app.  Bloomberg reports that shareholder Michael Drieu filed a class-action lawsuit Tuesday in a San Francisco federal court, claiming revelations about Zoom's deficiencies affected its stock price. The videoconferencing service has come under fire this month over multiple security-related issues, despite seeing a surge in use amid the coronavirus crisis.  These issues include concerns over ...
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Philippines backs Vietnam after China sinks fishing boat

The Philippines on Wednesday expressed solidarity with Vietnam after Hanoi protested what it said was the ramming and sinking of a Vietnamese fishing boat by a Chinese coast guard ship in the disputed South China Sea. The Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila expressed deep concern over the reported April 3 sinking of the boat carrying eight fishermen off the Paracel Islands. China claims virtually the entire South China Sea and has built several islands equipped with military installations ...
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China investigates party member critical of government's handling of coronavirus outbreak

China is investigating a prominent Communist Party member who criticized leader Xi Jinping’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
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China's Wuhan couples were so eager to marry after lockdown ended that they crashed the marriage application system

The global epicenter of the coronavirus, the city of Wuhan in China, relaxed its 76-day lockdown on Wednesday. The day the lockdown ended, local couples flooded a local marriage-application app, causing it to crash. The app's maker said it had seen a 300% increase in traffic. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Wuhan, the Chinese city at the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, lifted its lockdown on Wednesday and couples living there rushed to take advantage. A local marria...
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MPs launch inquiry into potential Chinese asset stripping of UK firms

Emergency inquiry follows aborted boardroom takeover of Imagination TechnologiesAn emergency Commons inquiry into potential Chinese asset-stripping of UK hi-tech firms has been launched following an aborted Chinese boardroom takeover of Imagination Technologies, a Hertfordshire-based chip designer at the cutting edge of AI and communications technology.The inquiry by the foreign affairs select committee is going ahead even though the culture secretary, Oliver Dowden, stepped in to delay the boar...
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Top E.U. Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam: Full Coverage

Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged.
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Top E.U. Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam

Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged.
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Zoom sued by shareholder accusing it of covering up its security flaws

Zoom is said to be facing a lawsuit by a shareholder accusing the company of hiding security flaws in its app. Bloomberg reports that the shareholder Michael Drieu filed a class-action lawsuit Tuesday in a San Francisco federal court, claiming revelations about Zoom's deficiencies affected its stock price. The videoconferencing service has come under fire over multiple security-related issues in recent weeks while seeing a surge in use amid the coronavirus crisis. These issues include concerns...
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Coronavirus live news: WHO says situation in Europe still 'very concerning' as China's Wuhan city reopens

Scientists predict UK will be worst-hit country in Europe; Trump threatens to stop WHO funding; Global cases pass 1.4 millionBoris Johnson ‘stable’ in intensive care and not on ventilator, says No 10Australia coronavirus updates – liveAt a glance: latest developmentsSee all of our coronavirus coverage 11.31am BST More than 17,000 people in Australia have joined a movement to stage a rent and mortgage payment strike, as many people in the country face running out of money as they are forced t...
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China: The Magic Of Artistic Works - IPO Pang Xingpu

To all intents and purposes, artistic works may appear to be vastly different from trademarks.
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Honda back to work in China's Wuhan with temperature checks and masks

Temperature checkpoints and posters telling workers to keep more than a metre apart at Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co's reopened plant in the Chinese city of Wuhan show how the coronavirus has created a new normal on the factory floor. The plant, a Honda joint venture with Dongfeng Motor Group was shut in late January when authorities ordered a lockdown in Wuhan in a bid to snuff out the coronavirus, which emerged there late last year. It reopened on March 11 to resume operations in stages ...
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Japan to Fund Firms to Shift Production Out of China

(Bloomberg) -- Japan has earmarked $2.2 billion of its record economic stimulus package to help its manufacturers shift production out of China as the coronavirus disrupts supply chains between the major trading partners.The extra budget, compiled to try to offset the devastating effects of the pandemic, includes 220 billion yen ($2 billion) for companies shifting production back to Japan and 23.5 billion yen for those seeking to move production to other countries, according to details of the pl...
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Wuhan ends coronavirus lockdown – in pictures

After 76 days sealed off from the world, the central Chinese city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus pandemic began, has opened its doors again. At midnight on Wednesday, authorities allowed residents to leave the city for the first time since 23 January, when 11 million people were put under lockdown to contain the quickly spreading virus Continue reading...
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Live Updates: Top E.U. Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam

Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged, after 11 weeks.
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China investors flock to money market funds despite record low yield

Chinese investors have poured cash into money market funds despite falling yields on the low-risk instruments as authorities enact powerful monetary easing to combat the impact of the coronavirus epidemic.
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Honda back to work in China's Wuhan with temperature checks and masks

Temperature checkpoints and posters telling workers to keep more than a metre apart at Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co's reopened plant in the Chinese city of Wuhan show how the coronavirus has created a new normal on the factory floor.
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Wuhan pays tribute to key workers with light show as lockdown is lifted – video

A midnight light show brightened up the sky in Wuhan as the former centre of the coronavirus outbreak celebrated its ‘reopening’. The central Chinese city started lifting outbound travel restrictions on Wednesday after almost 11 weeks of lockdown. Across the Yangtze River, skyscrapers and seven bridges radiated with images of health workers, troops, police officers and other key workersCoronavirus live news: China’s Wuhan city reopens as Boris Johnson spends second night in intensive care Contin...
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China's new yuan loans set to rise in March as lenders help fight pandemic: Reuters poll

China's new bank loans are expected to have rebounded in March from a sharp drop the previous month, a Reuters poll showed, as policymakers continue to urge lenders to help cash-strapped companies hit hard by the coronavirus crisis.
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10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. WeWork board members are suing SoftBank for backing out of a plan to buy $3 billion of shares. The committee wants to force SoftBank to complete the tender offer or to give the committee money to compensate for their loss.  Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is putting $1 billion of his own wealth into a fund for coronavirus relief and other aid efforts. Dorsey estimated it amounts to about 28% of his total wealth.  Zoom CEO Eric Yuan h...
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European Finance Ministers Can’t Agree on Coronavirus Bailout: Live Coverage

Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic began, after 11 weeks.
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Donald Trump stokes fresh coronavirus row as Wuhan reopens

US president accuses World Health Organization of China bias as New York records its highest daily death toll and Wuhan lockdown easesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageDonald Trump has criticised the World Health Organization (WHO), and by implication Beijing, saying the global body is “China centric” and “biased” towards the rival superpower.As Wuhan, the city at the centre of the outbreak, began to return to normal life, Trump said the WHO had “been wrong about a lot ...
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