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As governments worldwide harness technology to trace and curb the spread of the coronavirus, there are growing concerns about privacy violations and data protection.
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Much of the internet is funded by advertising, with Facebook making more than 98% of its $70 billion revenues in 2019 from advertising.
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German payments group Wirecard was once seen as Europe’s most exciting fintech company. Now it’s at the center of one of the biggest financial scandals in the country’s history.
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Is going green good for business? | CNBC Reports
At this Bali beach resort, menus are made of old tires and flip flops, while bottle caps are turned into tissue dispensers. Can hotels save the planet while also saving money?
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How the pandemic is accelerating changes in healthcare | CNBC Make It
The coronavirus has accelerated developments in the medical technology industry, which was undergoing changes even before the outbreak.
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What's the future for the German economy? | CNBC Reports
Germany has the largest economy in Europe, but the pandemic has exacerbated its weaknesses, with GDP expected to fall by 7% this year.
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What is the dispute between China and India all about? | CNBC Explains
A deadly clash between Indian and Chinese troops in June 2020 along the much-disputed Himalayan border resulted in the first loss of lives in fighting between the two militaries in 45 years.
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Vietnam has zero coronavirus deaths. Here’s why. | CNBC Reports
Vietnam is among a handful of countries to have reported no fatalities from the coronavirus pandemic.
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How Hong Kong beat coronavirus and avoided lockdown | CNBC Reports
Despite being one of the world’s most dense cities, Hong Kong never went into lockdown — making it one of the only major cities to do so.
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How do negative interest rates work? | CNBC Explains
One of the tools being discussed as a way to deal with the economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic is negative interest rates.
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We went inside Hong Kong Disneyland during a global pandemic | CNBC Reports
From the massive crowds at theme parks to the long queues for rollercoaster rides, how will attractions look like after the pandemic?
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Can the airline sector recover? | CNBC Reports
Demand for air travel was predicted to grow to 8.2 billion passengers by 2037, but that was before the Covid-19 pandemic brought economies to a halt.
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The future of urban mobility after the pandemic | CNBC Reports
As London and major cities around the world attempt to reopen their economies, the pandemic has changed some things forever.
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How the pandemic fast-tracked this multibillion-dollar industry | Make It International
The coronavirus pandemic has been a real learning curve, not least for educators. But with many schools now reopening, questions are being asked about what the future of education might look like.
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When a barrel of oil was cheaper than your coffee | CNBC Explains
Demand for oil has fallen to unprecedented levels, resulting in oil prices turning negative for the first time in history.
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Why Germany’s coronavirus death rate is so low | CNBC Explains
While Germany has one of the highest numbers of coronavirus cases in Europe, its death rate is significantly lower than its neighbors.
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Why your next holiday in Europe will change | CNBC Reports
Tourism is an important sector of the European economy, but lockdown measures have brought the industry to a standstill.
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What would a second wave look like? | CNBC Explains
Past pandemics have shown that multiple waves of infection are likely and tend to be more severe.
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Why are stock buybacks controversial? | CNBC Explains
As the stock market falls to historic lows, the practice of stock buybacks is facing extra scrutiny from central banks. So why are buybacks controversial?
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The entrepreneurs tackling loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic | CNBC International
With half of humanity stuck at home at one point of the coronavirus pandemic, the social restrictions have been tough for many.
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Are low interest rates enough? | CNBC Explains
Central banks around the world reacted quickly to the coronavirus outbreak. One of their main decisions was to slash interest rates even though these were already low in most advanced economies.
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What life after lockdown might look like | CNBC Reports
As some countries begin to reopen parts of the economy amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi is in Hong Kong to look at how the new normal may include regular temperature checks
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How Europe is coping with the coronavirus lockdown | CNBC Reports
Billions of people around the world have been placed on lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
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How the pandemic changed fitness forever | CNBC Reports
The physical activity market is worth more than $800 billion worldwide, but it has had to pivot fast as countries around the world impose strict lockdown measures.
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Why is the dollar so powerful? | CNBC Explains
For more than seven decades, the United States dollar has been the world’s reserve currency, with a majority of international transactions using the greenback.
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Can free money solve the coronavirus crisis? | CNBC Explains
In the midst of the fear and disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, some citizens may be about to receive a welcome surprise in the form of free money, also known as “helicopter money.”
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Why we’re facing the worst recession since the Great Depression | CNBC Reports
The coronavirus pandemic is ‘very likely’ to cause the worst recession since the Great Depression, with the global economy expected to contract by 3% in 2020.
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As much of the world self-isolates at home, how will our work be affected?
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How a billionaire gamer built a pandemic-proof business | Make It International
Business is booming for gaming giant Razer, as large swathes of the globe stay indoors to combat the coronavirus.
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Can the coronavirus outbreak be contained? | CNBC Reports
As the public and private sectors race to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus, innovations to help identify or limit the spread are also equally important, if not more.
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