With their stocks still in the dumps, Manhattan office owners await a return to work that may never happen

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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