iStock/Kwangmoozaa(NEW YORK) — Restaurants have been among those hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. At a time when the future of the foodservice industry feels uncertain, one chef has called for the government to “listen to the
oonal/iStock(NEW YORK) — The coronavirus pandemic has quickly evolved from a health care crisis to a financial one, shuttering businesses, upending industries and sending financial markets reeling.Here’s the latest news on how the COVID-19 crisis is affecting
KLH49/iStock(WASHINGTON) — An additional 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment last week, according to data released Thursday by the Labor Department. Thursday’s figure adds to the some 10 million people that have already applied for unemployment insurance
glegorly/iStock(NEW YORK) — When Alex Rasky was forced to shut down his family-owned retail location in Florida, he quickly realized he would have to file for unemployment. It took time and patience, but he thought he had
Courtesy Food Bank of the Southern Tier(NEW YORK) — The coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 400,000 people and killed at least 13,000 in the United States so far. Another serious consequence of the outbreak: food insecurity.
Courtesy Evans Family(CHICAGO) — A relative of a Walmart employee in Illinois who died from COVID-19 complications filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the retail giant, alleging the store did not do enough to protect employees from
ABC News(WASHINGTON) — Tuan Ngo seemed to be at a dead end this weekend as he tried to apply for emergency loans for his nail salon business in Washington state, which has been shuttered since the novel
guvendemir/iStock(WASHINGTON) — As passengers continue to voice frustrations with U.S. airlines over rejected refund claims amid the coronavirus outbreak, one lawmaker told ABC News a potential future stimulus bill should mandate refunds, not vouchers. “The airlines are