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Healthtech Investors Can Help Victims of Last Epidemic — Opioid Addiction...

Opioid addiction is challenging the U.S. healthcare industry even as doctors, nurses and clinics mobilize to battle COVID-19 -- and impact investors...

Walkers Taking Over as Drivers Stay Home; Coronavirus May Signal Permanent...

Coronavirus is cutting car traffic, offering a peek into what would happen if more streets were closed to private vehicles.Some cities are...

Sextech Rises to Coronavirus Challenge As Homebound Users Seek Intimacy, Companionship

The growing market for sextech products that help users deal with all things intimate may emerge from the coronavirus crisis stronger than...

Coronavirus May Help Green Movement With Boost to Plant-Based Food

Coronavirus pandemic may add fuel to the world’s shift to alternative proteinsInvestments in alternative-protein companies have risen in recent years, as numerous...

COVID-19 May Drive Consolidation in Faltering Micromobility Sector

The coronavirus is upending business in micromobility, where startups were already struggling to make shared scooters and bicycles a viable transportation option.Investors...

Supply Chains Get Sharpened Corporate Focus as COVID-19 Threatens Sourcing, Survey...

Coronavirus is threatening global sourcing and has brought concerns over supply chains into the corporate boardroom, PriceWaterhouseCoopers survey saysCorporate planning and investing...

Coronavirus Threatens to Wipe Out Expansion of Clean Energy Storage

Coronavirus is threatening to stall growth of electricity storage capacity. Projections of rapid growth in sector now in doubt and may damp enthusiasm...

Pandemic Fuels Anxiety and Move Toward Apps Pitching Home Emotional Help

Health apps are being downloaded at a furious rate during the coronavirus pandemic as homebound workers seek assistance.Telehealth is expected to make...

Less ‘E’? Coronavirus Finds ESG Investors Focused on Social and Governance,...

As the coronavirus upends life around the globe, sustainability advocates are focusing more on social and governance issues and less on environmental...

As Coronavirus Forces Workplace Changes, Environment May Be Catching Its Breath

COVID-19’s impact on the workplace and other behaviors may lead to long-term environmental benefits.Changing priorities in the workplace may choose a new...

Coronavirus Deaths Highlight Need for Ventilators, But Help Isn’t Coming Soon

Hospitals are scouring suppliers for ventilators, life-saving, expensive devices in short supply and required by severely ill COVID-19 patients.One Breath’s decade-long attempt...

India’s Low Coronavirus Numbers Has Experts Wondering Why — and If...

India’s confirmed coronavirus cases lag much of the world — less than 200 in a nation of 1.3 billionWhether India’s use of...

Bright Spot: Telemedicine Startups See Surge in Demand as Coronavirus Spread...

Telemedicine companies seeing call volumes surge as the coronavirus cuts person-to-person contact and doctors’ offices close.While U.S. equities have plummeted as coronavirus...

Coronavirus May Leave Poor More Vulnerable to Illness as Pandemic Puts...

The global wealth gap is expected to widen due to the coronavirus, with the poorest people more at risk of dying from...

Coronavirus Denting Supplies of Solar and Wind Parts, Crimping Spread of...

The coronavirus outbreak is slowing the transition to renewable energy as aggressive measures taken by China to slow the spread of the...

China’s Surveillance State Meets Coronavirus: App Lets Users Track Proximity to...

A Chinese app that lets users check their proximity to people infected with coronavirus may be poised to backfire because it’s unreliable...

Facebook Taking Harder Line With Coronavirus Posts than Political Ads, as...

Facebook, apparently deciding fake posts about the coronavirus are a bigger risk than misleading political ads, is moving to stem the rising...

China’s Spreading Coronavirus May Ripple, Disrupting Global Supply Chains of Medicines...

The novel coronavirus that is spreading in China may harm the health of more than those who catch the respiratory illness —...
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