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How the pandemic has impacted businesses

Over the past three years, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected billions of people around the world, and across the U.S. business owners were forced to find ways to adapt. To discuss the impact and how it has changed the business world, we are joined by Dr. Angela Mills, an emergency care physician at NewYork-Presbyterian and the chair of the department of emergency medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center; Alexis Sweeney, founder and owner of the Silhouette by Alexis app; and Jesse Merchant Zuñiga, the co-founder and co-owner of Caleta and Bad Habit Ice cream.


Agree to disagree

Conflict seems to be a big part of life these days, but is conflict inevitable? And if so, is there a way to make it go well, and yield positive results? Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with Billy Moore, a survivor of street conflict on Chicago's South Side who has dedicated his life to ending deadly violence in his hometown; journalist Amanda Ripley, who writes on the value of "good" conflict; psychology professor Peter Coleman, who runs Columbia University's "Difficult Conversations Lab"; and Dr. Jay Buckey, an astronaut who talks about the importance of conflict resolution in outer space.

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