The Coronavirus Crisis Is What Amazon Was Made For

Countless Americans are going online to buy their necessities as they hunker down in their homes to avoid interacting with other people. If there’s one company that was practically built to supply them, it’s Amazon. The company’s premise has always been to make nearly any item a shopper might want available with a single click from a computer or phone, and delivered as fast as possible to their door. With Americans around the country trying to halt the spread of the contagious new coronavirus by working from home and avoiding crowded public spaces, many are flooding Amazon with orders. Read more at Quartz.