While some companies have responded to the global pandemic with acts of generosity, others have taken the opportunity to profiteer.
Some institutions have stepped up in the face of the coronavirus crisis. Others... not so much.
The speed with which the US jobs market is collapsing is far worse than even pessimists feared.
Viruses are stuck moving at the pace that humans move. And now we're moving at a dizzying pace, on the way to a very different future to the one we imagined at the start of the year.
From infectious passengers to stand-offs between crews and governments, Australia is staring down a cruise line problem.
Foreign-registered US cruise giants like Carnival won't get any help from the US' mammoth $2 trillion stimulus package.
There'll be no v-shaped recovery, or even a u-shaped recovery, from the crisis. It will be highly uneven, and governments may not have a lot of say in how it pans out.