US Reports 131 Deaths, 11,000 New Cases In One Day
The United States now leads the world in the number of new COVID-19 cases in one day — almost 11,000.
US Equities Tumble As Senate Fails To Pass Coronavirus Relief Bill
U.S. stocks dropped on Monday as lawmakers failed to pass virus relief bill
Credit Card Companies Offering Financial Assistance During Coronavirus Outbreak
Many credit card companies are offering deferred payments, waived fees, and increased credit limits for those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Dims Twitter Earnings Expectations
Twitter said it is “withdrawing” its earlier forecast for the first quarter of 2020 and now expects an operating loss along with declining revenues.
US Death Toll Significantly Impacted By Quarantines, Restrictions — Research
The researchers say keeping restrictions in place until a vaccine is developed will exacerbate a recession but limit death toll.
Is The US Facing A Depression?
Checks to taxpayers are just a Band-Aid, experts agree, but they may make the difference between recession and depression.
Telecommuting To Become More The Norm For Businesses, Schools?
“I think this is a watershed moment for telework. It’s changing how people think about working outside the office, and its changing mindsets’’ — Timothy Golden, a professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,