Feb 27, 2020
It’s a correction, folks
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We'll talk about what it means, plus: the CDC's Emergency Operations Center, the history of corporate buzzwords and we "sundown" our series "United States of Work."
Segments From this episode
During public health crises like the COVID-19 outbreak, the CDC brings together different parts of the agency at its Emergency Operations Center.
Most people define it as a fall of 10% or more from a high.
The model started in the 1970s during the quest for leanness and cost cutting. But it leads to supply chain issues when disasters hit.
Office-speak can be both annoying and convenient, said The Atlantic's Olga Khazan.
Goldman Sachs says the COVID-19 virus could wipe away expected earnings growth for the S&P 500.