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‘More than a principal’: Dez-Ann Romain is first known New York City Public Schools staffer to die from the coronavirus

The educator had an uncanny ability to relate to her students and nurture their ‘promise and potential’.

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Marlowe Stoudamire, an unrelenting champion for Detroit, dies from the coronavirus at 43

The community leader and entrepreneur, who dedicated his life to bringing change to the city, died from the coronavirus on March 24.

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Legendary Broadway playwright Terrence McNally remembered for bringing the complexity of gay life to the stage

The Tony Award–winning writer of “Corpus Christi” and “Love! Valour! Compassion!” died on March 24 from coronavirus-related complications.

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This security guard at a cowboy museum is learning the ropes on Twitter, and it’s everything right now

He’s manning the National Cowboy Museum’s social media during the coronavirus outbreak

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Why you may still be working from home after the coronavirus crisis is over

COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on traditional office hours.

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Floyd Cardoz, an influential and gregarious New York-based chef, has died at 59 due to the coronavirus

The ‘Top Chef Masters’ winner, who had tested positive for COVID-19, helped introduce the city to Indian fine dining.

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China turns to technology to track movements of returning workers and residents

Surveillance of citizens and travelers enters new phase as virus abates and economy restarts.

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Mid-career? Your job is at risk — here’s what to do now

Seven clear ways to change your mid- and late-career mindset.

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You’re miserable at work. Here’s what to do short of quitting

Try one of these four strategies.

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The 1 thing workers want more of — and it’s not money

Bosses think they already do this well, and their employees say that’s just not true.

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Why do so many people feel lonely at work? Technology is just part of it

A new survey notes the types of jobs where workers are loneliest.

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5 life and financial lessons from Judge Judy

The highest-paid TV host in the country is wrapping her signature show after 25 years

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Bow down! The No. 1 money secret dominatrixes know — and you should too

Plus, what the world of BDSM can teach you about getting ahead at work.

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Austin and Nashville were the U.S.’s hottest job markets last year

These top-ranked cities — both state capitals in the South — share other characteristics, too: well-known universities, booming job markets and an intangible cool factor

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Why fans of country music star Garth Brooks thought he was backing Bernie Sanders

The country music legend wore a ‘Sanders 20’ jersey, which sent many on social media into a frenzy.

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‘The golden retriever was robbed!’ Many dog lovers disappointed that a poodle won Westminster — again

A golden retriever has never won Best In Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

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Coronavirus plunges China into massive work-at-home pilot program

China has lagged much of the world in permitting telecommuting — till now.

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9 things companies should be doing to avoid creating a toxic workplace

Shareholders must ensure that management builds employee morale and a company’s value, writes Ann Skeet.

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How the No. 1 bat maker in MLB is looking to disrupt the baseball glove market

Marucci Sports has teamed up with expert glove maker Scott Carpenter to make a glove that’s half-leather and half high-tech.

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