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Forbes 8 May 2020

The Lawsuit Pandemic That Could Cripple The Reopening of U.S. Businesses - Steve Forbes

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Steve Forbes on why businesses must be shielded from the coming avalanche of meritless coronavirus lawsuits that could cripple their recovery and the litigation protection needed to give them the confidence to reopen and drive economic growth.

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What's Ahead featuring Steve Forbes provides his insights and perspective, to stay on top of what's happening in this ever-turbulent world with glimpses into the future. What's Ahead airs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 9am.
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Steve Forbes on why Michelle Obama may ultimately be swayed to join the Biden ticket and why her power and popularity could offer Democrats the clearest path to the White House.

What's Ahead featuring Steve Forbes provides his insights and perspective, to stay on top of what's happening in this ever-turbulent world with glimpses into the future.
On today's What America's Thinking, a new Hill/HarrisX poll finds Americans are split on when the Supreme Court should have heard the case against the Affordable Care Act. Sophia Tesfaye, Deputy Politics Editor at Salon.com, joins Hill TV to talk about the fate of Obamacare and how the current healthcare crisis could change the way voters think about the top issue. This survey was conducted online within the United States from March 22-23, 2020 among 1,002 registered voters by HarrisX. The sampling margin of error of this poll is plus or minus 3.1 percentage points. The results reflect a nationally representative sample of registered voters. Results were weighted for age within gender, region, race/ethnicity, income, political party, and education where necessary to align them with their actual proportions in the population.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments on two key questions: Does President Donald Trump have to turn over tax returns, while in office, for a grand jury investigation in New York? And can the House of Representatives subpoena Trump's financial records from Deutsche Bank to see if received loans from Russian banks? Here's what this case could mean for the limits of presidential power, and which way are the justices seem to be leaning. Aired on 5/12/2020.
The coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we live in just the last few months.
Governments trying to halt the spread of the virus, have imposed strict lockdowns.
That means, hundreds of millions of people are now working from home, away from the office.
Videoconferencing services, for example, have experienced a huge boom.
But working remotely has created immense challenges for businesses and employees alike.
What are the benefits and challenges?
And will this permanently change the way we work?

Presenter: Bernard Smith

Guests:

Mabel Cheng - Counsellor and Research Officer at the University of Hong Kong.

Ali Fenwick - Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Hult International Business School.

Avis Jones-Deweever - A Career Re-Invention Strategist.

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