Posts Tagged ‘Cleveland Browns’

These are the industries that are booming despite the pandemic

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

The global coronavirus pandemic is radically altering the business strategy for every industry on Earth, from corner bodegas to oil producers to Wall Street's biggest banks. Particularly hard-hit businesses include cosmetologists, movie theaters, and air travel; grocery stores, as an essential business, are doing okay, even if their employees aren't.

Millions of dads are stuck at home — which could be a game changer for working moms

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

But there's also good news: Millions of dads have suddenly been forced to stay home with their kids. This historic moment could forever shift dynamics in both firms and families, leading to greater gender equality down the road. Here's how.

Corporations will buy up small businesses after coronavirus pandemic – Business Insider

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

If our government doesn't act now to prevent it, corporate America will swallow our country's small businesses whole when the coronavirus pandemic is over. We saw that happen during the financial crisis. The banks that survived were the big banks, which got even bigger, and now we have less competition in the banking industry.

For Browns’ Denzel Ward, helping less fortunate during coronavirus pandemic is personal

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

It’s also evident by Ward’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and its ripple effects, that there are myriad ways to measure heart health. Ward showed it in a different way when he announced plans last week to provide relief for 21 service workers and small business owners who have lost their livelihoods due to the crisis. He’s pledged to pay the biggest monthly expense – that’s mortgage, rent, groceries, medical bill, whatever – for 21 Clevelanders in need of assistance.

3 Strategies That Will Help Your Small Business Navigate A Pandemic

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

To combat this, small businesses must plan to face each of the major negative business effects of the new coronavirus head-on. Things will get worse before they get better The prevailing opinion among medical professionals, lawmakers, and business leaders is that conditions will deteriorate further before they improve. It's as if a metaphorical groundhog saw its shadow and warned for six more weeks (or more) of peak pandemic mode.

Terry’s Talkin’ Browns: Is Kevin Stefanski being set up to succeed? – Terry Pluto

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

That’s especially true because I’ve been impressed with how new GM Andrew Berry and Coach Kevin Stefanski have worked together during free agency. The Browns have been talking “alignment” for a while, and free agency was the first chance for the Berry/Stefanski combination to show it. AB (Berry) set out a plan and followed through on it,” Stefanski said.

The unforeseen disadvantage Kevin Stefanski and the Browns face this season: This Week in the Cleveland Browns

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

I think it is a challenge like I think all of us are having a challenge. I think every one of our fans, their work setup is very similar to my work setup right now, he said. A lot of Zoom calls, Microsoft Teams and FaceTime calls.

Jadeveon Clowney: Cleveland Browns interested in free agent defensive end

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

Jadeveon Clowney is a free agent after leaving the Seattle Seahawks The Cleveland Browns have shown interest in free agent defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, according to reports. Per ESPN's report, sources believe the Browns had been closer to a deal than other suitors for Clowney, who has not gotten the offers he has hoped for since his contract with the Seattle Seahawks expires at the end of last season.

Browns express interest in Seahawks’ Clowney

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

Browns express interest in Seahawks’ Clowney

Can Pandemic Paranoia Produce Mass Murder?

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

The results from the new study suggest that pandemics may ignite psychological processes which cause even more lethal atrocities later on. The ‘Black Death’ pandemic led to the largest massacres of Jews prior to the Holocaust; but the paranoia produced by the contagion may also have paved the way to the kind of anti-Semitism and scapegoating that underpinned future World Wars and the Holocaust.