Wendy ReynoldsBY: JINSOL JUNG, HALLEY FREGER AND ALEXANDRA MYERS, ABC News (NEW YORK) — As restrictions around the coronavirus caused restaurants across the country to halt dine-in service, many people staying at home turned to food delivery
JayLazarin/iStockBy STEPHANIE WALSH and ARIELLE MITROPOULOS, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — J.C. Penney will avoid bankruptcy, for now, after the retailer made an approximately $17 million interest payment on Thursday. The company made good on the payment, which
Aja Koska/iStockBy KELLY MCCARTHY, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Nightlife looks completely different these days. Bar patrons have taken things into their own hands — shaking up cocktails at home, ordering booze from an app, turning up
courtneyk/iStockBy SHANNON K. CRAWFORD, ABC News (NEW YORK) — With just a hair over a hundred employees, Cinedigm, an entertainment company based in Los Angeles, has a relatively modest headcount. But it’s not your typical small business.
courtneyk/iStockBy CHEYENNE HASLETT, ABC News (NEW YORK) — It was March 15 when Emily West lost her waitressing job in Akron, Ohio, and applied for unemployment insurance. Two months later, instead of government assistance, she only has
iStock/golfcphoto(NEW YORK) — BY: JACQUELINE LAUREAN YATES L’Oréal Paris is celebrating women’s activist Jaha Dukureh as the brand’s newest international spokesperson. On Wednesday, the cosmetics company broke the news in an Instagram post. “Very proud to welcome
Kameleon007/iStockBy SOPHIE TATUM and STEPHANIE EBBS, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Bus and taxi drivers ferrying sick passengers. Warehouse workers without enough time to wash their hands. Meat plant workers crammed side-by-side along a fast-moving production line. As
courtneyk/iStockBy CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — A total of 2,981,000 more Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week, bringing the total number of jobless claims filed amid the coronavirus pandemic to more than 35 million, according