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"Parks and Rec" co-creator Michael Schur on recreating Pawnee from home

Apr 29, 2020
While much of television production has been postponed, showrunner Mike Schur got the original cast of Parks and Recreation together for a remote episode.
Michael Schur with Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones and the rest of the "Parks and Recreation" cast in 2019.
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Why is the stock market doing well right now?

Apr 27, 2020
Investors aren't too focused on unemployment or struggling small businesses, said Anat Admati of Stanford.
Traders at the New York Stock Exchange in 2014. Investors are focusing on government support for big companies, professor says.
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What's going to happen to GDP?

Apr 20, 2020
With millions of sudden job losses and an unprecedented economic shutdown, forecasting GDP is different than usual this quarter.
Consumer purchases make up a large part of the economy. But right now, people aren't spending as much as they used to. Above, Target shoppers in 2001.
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What it's like to run a state unemployment office right now

Apr 17, 2020
"Nothing has been as challenging, as nerve-wracking, as stressful as this," said Ed Serna, Executive Director of the Texas Workforce Commission.
Workers at a pandemic flu service call center in London in 2009.
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Feeding America CEO expects to serve 17 million extra people

Apr 13, 2020
Claire Babineaux-Fontenot said the charity needs more funding, food supply and volunteers to respond to the crisis.
Sixty percent of Feeding America's member food banks are facing shortages.
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For steel business, pandemic poses new kind of uncertainty

The coronavirus makes planning and logistics even more difficult for industry coming off trade war with China.
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Running a farm in the coronavirus economy

Apr 7, 2020
"We're doing everything we can to continue the critical activities that we need to do,with a lot of added precautions for the sake of our employees," said Patrick Smith of Loftus Ranches in Washington.
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Much of the economy has stopped. Rent and other payments haven't.

Mar 30, 2020
Millions of people's incomes have been reduced or disappeared completely because of COVID-19, and rent day is just around the corner.
A pedestrian walks by a San Francisco restaurant closed because of COVID-19.
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How a mortgage broker is dealing with an ailing market

Mar 25, 2020
Los Angeles mortgage broker Vivian Gueler is expecting a drop in the value of real estate.
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What to watch for in Thursday's weekly unemployment claims numbers

Mar 24, 2020
"If we're believing some of the forecasts coming out from a lot of the banks, we might see numbers in the millions," said Tara Sinclair of George Washington University.
Workers lining up for jobs circa 1950.
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