- Eye Opening
- Well Structured
The CEOs of major American firms are working from home as they self- isolate during the coronavirus pandemic. Chief executives who might be rushing to meetings in SUVs or private jets instead are hosting video conferences in makeshift home offices. While coping with their private lives, these CEOs try to keep their companies strong, protect their employees and deal with supply chains disruptions. The New York Times’ David Gelles offers a glimpse into the lives of those at the top of the corporate pyramid trying to get an internet signal from the laundry room.
About the Author
David Gelles writes the Corner Office column and other features for The New York Times’s Sunday Business section.