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Throughout the pandemic, federal unemployment benefits have had expiration dates. Some economists think there's a better way.
Jess Evans, who runs an Austin trivia company, is "so cold and so worried about the business." A strong internet connection is her priority.
Wendy Edelberg from Brookings evaluates what the Republican and Democratic relief proposals could mean for GDP.
Neil Irwin of The New York Times discusses the "laziest, simplest approach" to investing and says aspects of populism have long influenced the markets.
by Andie CorbanFeb 2, 2021
The pandemic wiped away Angeles Crest Creamery's ecotourism revenue. Then the Bobcat Fire hit, wiping out the free food source for its goats.
Rich Lesser said the business world is ready to find common ground with the Biden administration.
The pandemic has largely halted tourism, and Manu Powers has had to lay off most of her staff.
The number of people showing up for free hot meals has more than doubled since the pandemic began, the CEO of HOPE South Florida says.
Some businesses in Newman Grove, Nebraska, have been booming as fewer people leave town to shop. Also, the region's agriculture economy remains healthy.