Boeing, which is seeking $60 billion in aid for the aerospace industry, said Monday that it would shut down its Seattle-area manufacturing hub for two weeks after a worker died of coronavirus complications.
As Bloomberg’s Brooke Sutherland wondered aloud, “If you have so much flexibility that you think you can set the terms of your own bailout, then why in the world are you asking for $60 billion?” Hopefully Calhoun will provide an answer to the question in short order.
Is it possible to deport the president of the United States and install a local Italian politician in his place?
Just asking for 330 million friends.
Fauci Disappears From White House After Contradicting Trump (Bloomberg)
Bank of America allows trading from home after staff backlash (Financial Times)
Coronavirus could be FEMA’s biggest disaster ever, and it threatens to swamp the agency (Washington Post)
The memo WeWork sent to employees offering them $100 a day to come in during coronavirus lockdowns (CNBC)
Keeping the Coronavirus From Infecting Health Care Workers (New Yorker)
Elon Musk donates ventilators to California after calling coronavirus panic “dumb” (NYP)
Andrew Cuomo to Trump administration: “You pick the 26K people who are going to die” (CNBC)
Shareholder suit accuses Sen. Richard Burr of securities fraud (Politico)
Cannabis sales hit new highs in U.S. and Canada (NYP)
French athlete runs entire marathon on apartment balcony (UPI)
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