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Charlamagne Tha God On Investing In Your Mental Wealth | Forbes

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Radio personality Charlamagne tha God sits down with Dr. Oz at the Forbes Healthcare Summit 2019 to discuss his newfound approach to mental health after struggling for years with panic attacks. In this panel he discusses the idea and importance of investing in your mental wealth.

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Inside The Race To Find A Vaccine | Frontrunner | Forbes

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On this episode of Frontrunner, host Alex Wood speaks with Forbes Senior Editor Alex Knapp regarding the current coronavirus vaccine landscape, which companies are collaborating, how quickly we’ll reach a breakthrough and what its dissemination might look like.

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What Congress’ Business Liability Protection Means For Workers And Employers | Forbes

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The next hot button issue in the second round of stimulus legislation isn’t about payroll or unemployment checks. Instead, the parameters of proposed liability protections for businesses have taken center stage in the latest draft of the bill currently under review at the White House.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) have proposed rules to broadly shield businesses who make “good faith” efforts to protect their employees from contracting the coronavirus. As written, the proposed standard would extend through 2024 and apply retroactively to when the coronavirus first began to circulate in December 2019.

Advocates of the liability protections believe these safeguards will enable businesses to operate without the risk of an employee or customer claiming they contracted COVID-19 on the premises and taking legal action. Detractors of the liability legislation say that widespread immunity from lawsuits would unfairly place the burden of proof on an employee or customer to definitively show that they contracted the virus within a particular business or workplace, an onerous task given the current lag times between taking a coronavirus test and receiving the results.

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The World’s Most Valuable Brands 2020 | The Countdown | Forbes

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Forbes’ annual list of the World’s Most Valuable Brands—which looks at the top 100 companies from fiscal year 2019—shows that some of the biggest winners during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic have been on top since the close of last year. Companies including Amazon, Netflix and PayPal all show substantial gains in brand value since last year’s list, falling in line with trends related to e-commerce, streaming and digital payments. However, there are some newcomers. Brands like Nintendo, Burger King, Hennessy and AXA, for example, all made their way onto the ranking, while Philips, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Nissan and Kellogg’s were knocked off. The question is: What will the 2020 list look like a year after the beginning of the pandemic?

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