The Things Our Bosses Said a Lot This Year

“You’re on mute” was said on 1,000 percent more calls between executives and investors in 2020 compared with 2019. By Jason Karaian and Sophia June The coronavirus pandemic gave 2020 a new dictionary, and seemingly overnight, corporate America began speaking…

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Our Altered View

By John Branch It was all taken for granted, wasn’t it? Before 2020, sports were the one thing we could rely on. There could be wars or disasters or depressions, storms and loss and grief, but there was always an…

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How Much Herd Immunity Is Enough?

At what point does a country achieve herd immunity? What portion of the population must acquire resistance to the coronavirus, either through infection or vaccination, in order for the disease to fade away and life to return to normal? Since…

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America’s Leaders Begin to Get Vaccinated

Vaccines are being distributed in Washington, while Congress haggles over the details of the stimulus deal. It’s Friday, and this is your politics tip sheet. Sign up here to get On Politics in your inbox every weekday. Where things stand…

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