Comunicato stampa di OpenCorporation Day del 18 Dicembre 2020: presentazione dell’OpenCorporation Ranking 2020
November, the last dynamic OpenCorporation rating of 2020 before the December 8th snapshot which will determine the #RankingOpenCorporation2020.
Novembre, ultimo rating dinamico di OpenCorporation del 2020 prima della fotografia all’8 Dicembre che fisserà il #RankingOpenCorporation2020
October, penultimate OpenCorporation rating of 2020. Two U.S. companies enter the Top10, #MANPOWER placed fourth, and AT&T in ninth position.
Ottobre, penultimo rating OpenCorporation del 2020. Entrano nelle Top10 due imprese USA #MANPOWER che si posiziona sul 4° gradino e #AT&T in 9° posizione.
Davide Dazzi, Ires Emilia-Romagna and OpenCorporation
In continuity with what has already been reported in a previous article on the different relationship between public and private in national health systems in the face of the Covid-19 threat, an attempt will be made here to give a comparative observation point to understand how the capacity to react in the present also depends on divergent structural trends in national health systems in Europe. And if indeed the “post Coronavirus” must be different from the “before”, it becomes more and more important to question the way it was before.
by Matt Hancock, organization development consultant
In the same day that the United States Senate approved the largest economic stimulus package in history, Americans learned that there were now more cases of COVID-19 in the US than in any other country, surpassing both China and Italy.
by Davide Dazzi, OpenCorporation
After the publication of the DPCM (Prime Ministerial Decree) of 22 March and the list of ateco codes of companies deemed essential, a surreal debate ensued, one to which we wish to participate offering some maps and data on the number of potentially open or closed companies and related employees following the implementation of the decrees