It took three years for airplane traffic to recover after the World Trade Center attack, but in certain ways life in New York was forever changed by 9/11. In front of buildings you can still find concrete barriers designed to prevent a truck bomber from crashing into the lobby.
The coronavirus figures to leave a similar mark on the city. By looking at the stock prices of the pandemic’s big winners and losers, you can get a sense of how Wall Street thinks the future will unfold.
The big winner, Zoom, is turning its attention to becoming a must-have in offices. As the company’s CEO put it this month,
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