Forbes 6 Feb 2020

Squarespace CEO Anthony Casalena On Adapting To A Changing Market


When Anthony Casalena created Squarespace, he never imagined the company would serve the needs of the customers in the way it currently does. This is how he learned to recognize opportunities within a changing marketplace.

The head of Britain's serious crime agency tells CBS News' Ian Lee that online child abusers and organized crime gangs are adapting to and exploiting the circumstances of coronavirus lockdowns on both sides of the Atlantic.
Newfoundland and Labrador's government couldn't borrow money and was on track to run out of cash by April. The Bank of Canada stepped in with a plan to buy short-term provincial bonds to "support the liquidity and efficiency" of provincial funding markets. 
Four-time world champion figure skater Kurt Browning is sharing what he calls 'isolation training' videos and tips on how to stay in shape while being at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.


The world's smallest woman, Jyoti Amge, took to the streets to call on people to remain at home during the lockdown in India, Monday, April 13.

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