-The Washington Post
From nurses to retail salespeople, employees are walking off the job and facing retribution for speaking out.
– The New York Times
Carlos Hernandez, the chairman of JPMorgan Chase’s investment banking business, recently told clients and colleagues that the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic could prompt the sort of brutal reckoning for corporate America that banks went through after the 2008 financial crisis.
Across a wide array of states with Republican governors, many of the largest cities and counties – most of them led by Democrats – are moving aggressively to limit economic and social activity.
– The Wall Street Journal
The process is accelerating shifts already underway in parts of the U.S. economy in ways that could last long after the health crisis has passed, some analysts say.