Kroger Health has unveiled COVIDCare Plus, a new testing program designed to help employers reopen their businesses and keep them afloat during the coronavirus pandemic while shortening the turnaround time for diagnosis results.
The looting in Chicago has added further devastation to businesses that were already in the process of recovering from the effects of the coronavirus.
The push to defund the Seattle police caused a local business owner to close the store, said Matt Raetzer, owner of Steelpologie Teas.
The president is looking to implement the measure by Sept. 1.
A North Carolina aquarium shut down for nearly six months amid the coronavirus pandemic has gathered about “100 gallons” of tossed coins from a large waterfall at the facility in order to pay its bills.
Coronavirus has forced businesses to embrace new ways of working, and some of the adaptations may stick around long-term. A remote workforce may be one of those things that last, as 78% of CEOs globally say that remote collaboration will be an enduring part of their company culture, according to a new survey by the accounting firm PwC.
Mother Hubbard's Pub employee Wes Martin said looters destroyed "everything" after the small business was ransacked.
The company said women no longer need to make excuses for missing work due to their cycle.
Vice President Mike Pence is calling on Congress to reach a deal on a new round of coronavirus stimulus and give American businesses the support they need through the Paycheck Protection Program and other programs to weather the coronavirus pandemic.
Since the program launched at the beginning of April, more than 5.2 million loans worth about $525 billion had been distributed, saving some 51 million jobs.
Georgia federal prosecutors have accused five individuals with attempting to steal $4.1 million from a government COVID-19 program designed to provide relief to small business owners.
The $670 billion Paycheck Protection Program will officially close to new applicants on Aug. 8.
Coronavirus brought downtown Minneapolis to a halt earlier this year, as it did most city centers in America, and now calls to abolish the police have some business owners saying they are leaving town.
The $670 billion rescue fund, created when Congress passed the CARES Act at the end of March, will officially expire on Saturday.
Trump said Wednesday that he has the "absolute right" to suspend payroll taxes without congressional approval.
After the U.S. government reportedly spent nearly $230 million to pay for COVID-19 test sites around the country, one small Texas company ended up establishing hundreds of testing stations, while bringing in more than $90 million in federal contracts.
A second wave of layoffs is currently hitting American workers amid a surge in coronavirus cases nationwide and a Congressional stalemate over new stimulus relief, according to a new survey by Cornell University and RIWI.
The program was extended through Aug. 8, but efforts to prolong it further are on shaky ground as lawmakers deadlock over additional coronavirus relief.
Most workers made no adjustments to their retirement plan contributions.
More than 125 companies that Chinese entities own or invest in received between $192 million to $419 million in government-backed aid.