Laura Steele

Associate Professor in Business and Society at the University of Belfast

Associate Professor in Business and Society at the University of Belfast

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The coronavirus pandemic is changing the rules for the president in the White House and citizens sheltered at home.  Should President Trump or 50 governors take charge of controlling…

The politics of stay-at-home orders, plus the ethics of online shopping

The coronavirus pandemic is changing the rules for the president in the White House and citizens sheltered at home.  Should President Trump or 50 governors take charge of controlling…

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The nonprofit No Us Without You has been helping undocumented restaurant employees. They’re now serving more than 1,300 families.

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LA County officials are tightening the rules on some businesses. On Tuesday, the County announced that curfews will start Friday to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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Governor Gavin Newsom just announced a mandatory stay-at-home order for most of the state from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. This begins Saturday and will last for one month.

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