The E.U. has banned travelers from the U.S. due to its skyrocketing coronavirus cases. The Trump administration has snubbed help from other countries and refused to cooperate with other nations looking for a vaccine. The COVID-19 epidemic in the U.S. isn’t just devastating people within our country - commentators argue it’s also damaging America’s standing in the world. They say the U.S. is losing out on innovation, talent and economic benefits by failing to curb infection.
FedEx owns the naming rights to the Maryland field where the team plays, and its chief executive, Fred Smith, owns a minority stake in the team.
Through bad luck, poor timing and worsening economic trends, millennials are turning into a lost generation. In this episode of Think Again, NBC News correspondent Andrew Stern talks to fellow millennials, sociologists and policy experts to break down how his generation finds itself on the brink of financial ruin.
“Disproportionately, the layoffs have been in lower wage occupations. That has disproportionately affected African-Americans and Hispanics,” said one economist.
President Donald Trump touted the job data as "the largest jobs gain in the history of our country."
The measure, which is expected to be signed by President Donald Trump, extends the June 30 deadline for applying for the program to Aug. 8.
The #StopHateForProfit movement has led to more than 500 companies pulling their advertising from Facebook, which continues to receive criticism for its handling of hate speech.
The hearing, potentially a landmark moment in the regulatory battle between Washington and Silicon Valley, would be held in late July.
Fox News will put rotating anchors in place on “America’s Newsroom” until a replacement is found, the network said.
While the NAFTA replacement deal won't change anything overnight — it may change the price of American cars over time.
Pizza Hut is one of the rare companies to report same-store sales growth during the pandemic, but that follows years of slumping sales.
The loans have been a lifeline to more than 4 million businesses during the pandemic.
Small-business owners and investors alike are facing the second half of 2020 with an uneasy mix of cautious optimism and trepidation.
"A national mask mandate could increase U.S. face mask usage by statistically significant and economically large amounts," the report concluded.
From young Americans just beginning their careers to those closer to retirement — millions are stuck in limbo.
Small businesses have borrowed billions from unregulated merchant cash advance companies. Now, amid the coronavirus crisis, the lenders have come for their money.
"Millennials weren't able to ramp up, so they don't have those resources in place to weather the storm," said one financial adviser.
The 2016 deal set a record as the biggest collegiate apparel deal ever.
"The alchemy of 1,000 strangers bonding into a single audience will be possible again when Broadway theaters can safely host full houses," said one Broadway advocate.
From 2010 to 2012, the company spent $30 billion more in drilling and leasing than it made from its operations.