Hosting Coronavirus Workers Prepares Hotels for Industry’s Future

The health-care workers staying at the DoubleTree hotel in downtown Detroit had a few requests: microwaves, refrigerators and workout equipment,

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Amazon, Google Help States as Coronavirus Boosts Unemployment Claims

WASHINGTON—States including Rhode Island, Kansas and New York are turning to tech companies including Amazon Web Services and Google to

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Bill Gates Has Regrets

Five years ago, Bill Gates warned that the biggest potential killer the world faced wasn’t war, but a pandemic. The

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Intel, Health Institutions to Use Emerging AI Technique to Improve Tumor Detection

Intel Corp. and a group of top health-care institutions are working with an emerging artificial-intelligence technique to build a system

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Should Mild Coronavirus Cases Isolate at Home? Many Asian Countries Say No

Across swaths of Asia, from China’s coronavirus epicenter of Wuhan to Singapore and South Korea, the well-known strategies of tracing

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WSJ News Exclusive | Gawande in Talks About Leaving Helm of Health-Care Venture Haven

Atul Gawande is in advanced discussions to step down as chief executive and take on a less operational role as

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Companies Seek to Pool Medical Records to Create Coronavirus Patient Registry

Several health-care and software companies are seeking to create a registry of Covid-19 patients by pooling medical records from across

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Square Gets Green Light to Open a Bank

Federal and state banking regulators approved an application from financial-tech company Square Inc. to start its own bank in Utah.

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Telemedicine Gets a Boost From Coronavirus Pandemic

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration expanded access to telemedicine in Medicare, a move that could relieve crowding at hospitals but strain companies

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