The disconnect between the stock market message of glad tidings to capitalists and the economy’s slump into the worst performance since the Great Depression is unmissable. Are investors making a horrible mistake?
A pandemic brings street life to a halt in one of earth’s most vibrant cities. And yet, bravery abounds.
Jason ZweigListen to these voices of the health-care professionals and the workers begging for safety. Hear their anger. They are not sugar-coating it. That’s New York. They’re telling it as it is, writes @jasongay. wsj.com/articles/to-li… via @WSJ
In 19th-century Vienna, Ignaz Semmelweis fought to convince his fellow doctors that washing their hands could save patients’ lives.
Jason ZweigIn the age of Covid-19, we owe a great debt to Ignaz Semmelweis, the 19th-century doctor who first discovered that washing your hands can stop the spread of disease. wsj.com/articles/the-u… via @WSJ
Semmelweis is one of the greatest heroes in human history.
Money from the Japanese tech investor is fueling a price war between three of its own: Uber, Didi and Rappi. Former managers say they were frequently baffled by the amount of money the companies were willing to spend to compete.