Coronavirus effect on reading on World Book Day

Will the pandemic turn off bookshops’ lights for good, or will it help the industry thrive? In 2015, it was Greece’s financial crisis keeping customers away from the Free Thinking Zone Bookstore & Cafe. At the time, the shop’s shelves were

Stocks pause before key EU meeting on coronavirus aid

LONDON (Reuters) – Caution gripped markets on Thursday, with stocks falling before a key Eurogroup meeting to discuss joint stimulus measures, offsetting optimism from a fresh round of U.S. coronavirus aid and a recovery in oil prices. The U.S. Congress

Latest on the spread of the coronavirus around the world

(Reuters) – Reported cases of the coronavirus have crossed 2.62 million globally and 183,761 people have died, according to a Reuters tally as of 0200 GMT on Thursday. DEATHS AND INFECTIONS * For an interactive graphic tracking the global spread,

Detroit automakers, UAW to continue talks over reopening U.S. plants

(Reuters) – The United Auto Workers (UAW) said late Wednesday discussions are still underway with Detroit’s Big Three automakers to safely restart U.S. production halted by the coronavirus pandemic. General Motors Co (GM.N), Ford Motor Co (F.N) and Fiat Chrysler