Maintaining Business Relations

In almost every profession – whether it’s law or journalism, finance or medicine or academics or running a small business – people rely on confidential communications to do their work. We rely on the space of trust given confidentiality. When someone breaks that trust, we are all worse off.

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Why Apple probably won’t launch its 5G iPhone on time

Why Apple probably won’t launch its 5G iPhone on time

At its annual smartphone event in September, Apple appeared to be poised to launch its first 5G-capable iPhone — what is seen as its most important iPhone ever. But with the coronavirus outbreak scrambling global markets, China’s supply chains still dealing with issues, and millions out of work, the chances of Apple launching that phone on time are increasingly slim.

According to Wedbush analyst Dan Ives, there’s just a 10% to 15% chance Apple (AAPL) will launch its phone in September. Meanwhile, an article in Nikkei Asian Review recently reported that Apple is considering delaying the launch due to the coronavirus.

“See I think, they get one shot at this,” Ives told Yahoo Finance. 

“If they release a 5G phone with supply chain issues, into a tepid response from a consumer environment, where they are still focused on their jobs, groceries, and just more of a lockdown-type state, that would

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Coronavirus fraud is so bad the FTC made a scam bingo card

Coronavirus fraud is so bad the FTC made a scam bingo card

With much of the country in quarantine advised to practice social distancing measures, the risk of scams has spiked. Already, coronavirus-related robocalls have gotten worse as scammers have pivoted to use fear and isolation to their advantage. On top of that, people...

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Coronavirus will likely hit these states hardest financially, according to Moody’s

Nevada is likely to be hit the hardest by the coronavirus outbreak, according to research compiled by Moody’s Analytics.“If you're getting hit hard now and businesses are failing, and there's bankruptcy and people are taking on debt or starting to default on debt,...

Disney an early winner as Americans are stuck indoors amid coronavirus pandemic

At-home entertainment is seeing a dramatic surge amid the coronavirus pandemic, with streaming platforms like Disney+ (DIS) and Netflix (NFLX) cashing in on the momentum.According to a recent survey by analytics platform EDO, Inc., approximately 85% of respondents...

Coronavirus and student loans: What borrowers should know

The spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, has left 10 million Americans unemployed in the last two weeks, escalating concerns about households and how they’ll manage their finances.While student loan borrowers understood generally that the Department of Education...

ER doctor details ‘surge’ of coronavirus patients

There are over 200,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. More than 7,000 American have died so far from the virus, officially known as COVID-19.And although President Trump stated in late March that the nation’s death rate would likely peak in two weeks,...

The doctor fighting the coronavirus in his own special way

He is just what the world needs right now: Dr. Elvis Francois, an orthopedic surgery resident whose beautiful singing voice is going a long way in healing the world’s broken hearts. One recent day, as the coronavirus death toll mounted across the globe, he and his...