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Many Companies Won't Survive the Pandemic. Amazon Will Emerge Stronger Than Ever

The company sends customers the wrong items, then allows them to leave negative feedback on her seller page despite the error being Amazon’s, says Anderson, who is 63 and lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. New York University marketing professor Scott Galloway, a longtime critic of Amazon, says it’s helpful to think of Amazon’s Prime membership service as the kind of massive competitive advantage once enjoyed by railroad barons. If you want to be able to reach customers online, you’re essentially compelled to be on Amazon’s platform, but Amazon’s platform is not a place that you can succeed,” says Stacy Mitchell, the co-director at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance. —only buy something if it’s on Amazon” says Brandon Fishman, CEO of VitaCup, which sells vitamin-infused coffee and tea both in retail stores and online and which saw a 35% increase in its Amazon sales in March and April.

8 Big Takeaways From the 2020 Emmy Nominations

Even if you didn’t care enough to tune in to Tuesday’s 2020 Emmy nominations telecast—which had host Leslie Jones gamely wandering an empty, socially distanced set as the Zoom-style floating heads of Laverne Cox, Josh Gad and Tatiana Maslany read off the nominees This year’s Emmy nominees in the limited series category include some of the very best, most thematically ambitious shows of the past season: Cate Blanchett as Phyllis Schlafly in the second-wave feminist postmortem Mrs. America, the searing serial-rape procedural Unbelievable, the emotional escape-from-Hasidic-Brooklyn drama Unorthodox, Damon Lindelof and Regina King’s remix of the classic comic Watchmen. But here are some numbers for you: five out of eight drama series nominees, three out of eight comedy series nominees and a whopping four out of five limited series nominees were streaming-service originals. But you might not have heard about their shows’ nominations because their categories are relegated to the Creative Arts Emmys, which aren’t part of the big Primetime Emmys telecast and are set to air on FXX in 2020.

'Water Is PPE.' Matt Damon and Gary White Explain Why Clean Water Is Crucial To Fighting Coronavirus

Damon and White’s work with their organizations water.org and WaterEquity aim to facilitate access to water and sanitation around the world, White told Jones. While the first step towards combating coronavirus in wealthy countries has been obtaining personal protective equipment (PPE), Damon told Jones that the first step in many impoverished communities has been obtaining clean water. In 2009, Damon and White co-founded their non-profit water.org to provide affordable financing to impoverished communities to help facilitate access to safe, cost-effective water and sanitation. In 2017, Damon and White also co-founded WaterEquity, an impact investment fund manager that allows people to invest in a portfolio that helps increase access to water and sanitation.

New Mental Health Data Offers First Glimpse of COVID-19’s Psychological Toll

Late last month, as the full weight of the COVID-19 crises was settling on the country’s shoulders, more than one in four American adults met the criteria that psychologists use to diagnose serious mental distress and illness. I expected there to be an increase, but even I was surprised by how large it was,” says Jean Twenge, coauthor of the study and a professor of psychology at San Diego State University. Twenge’s study used data collected in 2018 as part of the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), an annual survey of tens of thousands of Americans that is overseen by a branch of the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ” Researchers unaffiliated with Twenge’s study say that, on top of the loss of jobs and the obvious health risks associated with COVID-19, the element of uncertainty is causing Americans a great deal of psychological distress.

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