David Meyer, Fortune

David Meyer

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Recent articles by David:

The Coronavirus Economy: How the private jet chartering business changed almost overnight

Mark Green, the CEO of British private-jet charter agent Volanteus, has suddenly found himself in the repatriation business. → Read More

Despite shocking coronavirus unemployment data, there are still reasons to be cheerful

While there's plenty of depressing news about, some diagnostic announcements provide a glimmer of hope. → Read More

Mark Cuban has advice for CEOs in the coronavirus era

"There's no right way" to lead in this crisis, Mark Cuban says, arguing that the best course of action depends on what you can afford. → Read More

Coronavirus death rate: Germany's death rate may seem much lower than Italy's–but experts warn it's too soon to draw any conclusions

Experts say it's too early to draw conclusions on which countries are winning the war against coronavirus. → Read More

As coronavirus changes behavior, time to check your A.I. algorithms

Predictions based on past behavior may not be so relevant right now. → Read More

Regeneron will start testing its Covid-19 treatment in June

The smartest and most creative entrepreneurs on the face of the earth are taking on the coronavirus challenge. → Read More

To fight coronavirus, it's lockdown time, like it or not

The experts are clear: we need strict lockdowns to save lives. → Read More

The Great Decoupling

Coronavirus or trade wars - both may result in the same thing; further decoupling of the Chinese and U.S. economies. → Read More

Europe's auto factories are closing. Experts fear a lost decade is coming

Volkswagen is the latest auto giant to shutter factories. The stoppage comes as the sector struggles with technological change and President Trump's trade wars. → Read More

Batten down. We could be dealing with this all year

The coming recession could be as bad as in 2008, and you don't have to be a pessimist to recognize that. → Read More

Bear market blues

It feels like the whole nation has finally capitulated to the reality of coronavirus. → Read More

Coronavirus: Why Trump's Europe travel ban makes little sense

Experts say the coronavirus crisis was never going to be contained by travel restrictions, and certainly won't be now. → Read More

3M has more N95 face-mask orders than it can handle

3M CEO Mike Roman said the 117-year-old firm is having to ration its face masks in the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Markets need to know leaders have a grip on coronavirus

Governments can't stop the virus from spreading, but they can help mitigate its effects. → Read More

Coronavirus: Politicians around the world are going into quarantine

Lawmakers are self-isolating either because they are infected with Covid-19 or they have come into contact with someone who turned out to be infected. → Read More

Capitalism and closing the great divide

What does capitalism have to do with the great social divide that has opened up in the U.S.? → Read More

Feedback Friday: Jack Welch, automation and Fortune's paywall

Time to look back at your feedback on this week's CEO Daily essays. → Read More

In automation, imagination is now the constraining factor

The debate over Robotic Process Automation continues. → Read More

The coronavirus is officially claiming its first corporate casualties

The British airline Flybe, which was already in serious financial trouble, has gone bankrupt in part due to the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

H&M made its former sustainability chief its CEO. Now it wants to help other fashion houses become more sustainable too (for a fee)

The Swedish fashion giant will give rivals access to its supply chain, in order to share its sustainability gains. → Read More