‘No. Don’t tweet that’: The most important advice Trump received was not to tweet, former chief of staff John Kelly says

According to a new book on the Trump administration, former White House chief of staff said the most important advice he gave to the president was not to tweet.”No. Don’t tweet that. No,” Kelly said in the book, according to Axios. “Don’t change your policy on that. No, no, no.”ABC chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl…

Asian countries risk new waves of coronavirus infections when they lift lockdowns. The same could happen in the rest of the world.

Wuhan, China is set to end its historic lockdown on April 8, but experts think the area could see a second wave of coronavirus cases after restrictions lift.Travelers are bringing the virus back into Asian countries that have controlled domestic spread, leading to new restrictions in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan.To control new waves of…

Read the internal letter sent by Amazon employees asking the company to protect its warehouse workers and take a stand against ICE amid the coronavirus pandemic (AMZN)

This story is available exclusively on Business Insider Prime. Join BI Prime and start reading now. On Wednesday, a group of Amazon employees called We Won’t Build It sent an internal letter denouncing the company’s work with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and calling on the company to better protect its workers at data centers, fulfillment…

Amazon won’t require sellers to repay loans for 1 month, easing the pressure on merchants squeezed by the coronavirus outbreak (AMZN)

Amazon told sellers in a note that it’s pausing requirements on loan repayments for a month.The move could provide relief to sellers who borrowed money from Amazon and whose sales have taken a hit amid the coronavirus outbreak.Amazon also appears to have scaled back its loan offers in recent weeks.Some sellers are complaining about Amazon’s unresponsiveness…

Elon Musk says Tesla’s New York Gigafactory will reopen and start producing ventilators ‘as soon as humanely possible’ (TSLA)

Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the company’s New York Gigafactory will reopen “as soon as humanly possible” to begin ventilator production.Musk made the remarks on Twitter after previously tweeting that his company would help make ventilators if there were to be a shortage.New York has been hit particularly hard by the coronavirus, with 285 deaths…

An Uber driver who got COVID-19 couldn’t get the company to cover his promised sick pay until he called out its CEO on Twitter

An Uber driver who tested positive for coronavirus says the company didn’t pay him the sick pay it had promised until he took to Twitter to tell his story, CNET reported Wednesday.Uber said earlier in March that it would compensate drivers and delivery workers diagnosed with COVID-19or placed in mandatory quarantine.However, three drivers told CNET…

Trump has made it clear he wants to reopen the economy to boost his reelection chances, even if it means more Americans will die

As the country struggles to contain the coronavirus, President Donald Trump appears largely focused on getting back to business as usual.Over the last few days, the president has begun to advocate for scaling back his own social distancing guidelines in order to reopen the economy, even as experts agree that would exacerbate the public health…

This former Apple CEO says that a lesson from Steve Jobs can help startups navigate through the coronavirus crisis: ‘Zoom out, think beyond’

Former Apple CEO John Sculley thinks that once the coronavirus pandemic is over, the US economy will enter a new age of innovation. Industries like telehealth and remote work are on the cusp of a breakthrough, Sculley observed. And startup founders looking to innovate could look to a saying from his old colleague Steve Jobs for…