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Arielle Shnaidman.

What 17 female entrepreneurs are doing to support their clients and help their businesses survive the pandemic

"Don't look to your left or to your right. You are the only one who knows your business, mission, and values best," says Gabbi CEO Kaitlin Christine.

US leaders should approach current economic issues as a venture capitalist would, according to an economist from Chicago Booth

Kashyap says we should be looking at businesses the way a VC firm would. Even though we don't know which will survive, there is a lot of optionality.
Junior doctor and Miss England 2019, Bhasha Mukhurjee.

From crown to scrubs: A British beauty queen shares why she returned to her job as a doctor amid the country’s coronavirus crisis

"It's been normalising to return to work — it's the only contact you have at the moment," Mukhurjee told Business Insider.

I used to write wedding vows for a living, but since COVID-19, I’ve pivoted my business to writing eulogies

"At first I felt guilt about expanding to this niche," writes Alexis Dent, whose business tagline is "We put your love on paper."
Venezuelans are making kerosene lamps from ketchup bottles to use during blackouts.

Crippling power outages in Venezuela have driven people to make lamps from Heinz ketchup bottles to avoid living in darkness

Periodic blackouts have plagued the country since a crippling, week-long blackout in March that brought thousands out in protest.
Oriana Contreras and her niece ride a roller coaster.

13 ways Venezuelans are trying to live like normal as their country falls apart around them

This is a look at 13 ways people in the country's capital are seeking distraction from Venezuela's ongoing political and economic crisis.
A still of a Twitter video that shows black tap water in San Diego, northern Venezuela, on Wednesday.

People in Venezuela are sharing videos of taps running with black water after a crippling 1-week power outage

Residents of San Diego, Carabobo, filmed the water and jokingly referred to it as "oil." Venezuela is entering the seventh day of a major blackout.
A woman walks at a market in Caracas.

Venezuela’s debt has exploded to $156 billion, according to a new report

Venezuela's external debt rose to $156 billion in 2018, a new report estimates.
Argentina's President Macri arrives for a news conference in Buenos Aires

Argentina’s economy craters in the 2nd quarter as an economic crisis grips the country

Argentina's economy contracted sharply in the second quarter after a severe drought roiled agricultural production and as the country works with the International Monetary Fund to stem a spiraling economic crisis.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro holds a sign showing the value of a Petro compared with the new Venezuelan currency Bolivar Soberano (Sovereign Bolivar), as he speaks during a meeting with ministers at Miraflores Palace in Caracas, Venezuela.

10 pictures reveal the huge amounts of cash Venezuelans need to buy everyday things

On Friday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced plans to raise the minimum wage and create a single exchange rate pegged to his government's petro-backed cryptocurrency, which would effectively devalue Venezuelan money by 96%.