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Katrina Amaral of Timberdoodle has seen more interest in custom orders. And the spike in lumber prices has improved her pricing power.
by Minju ParkJun 9, 2021
As supply chain shortages back up orders of parts and raw materials, bike manufacturers are struggling to keep up with surging demand.
“COVID has shown Americans the importance of the trucking profession,” said Darrel Harris, president of Yellow Corp.
Commonstock CEO David McDonough says many young people saw last year's stock-market meltdown as a wealth-creation opportunity.
Faced with her child care centers closing down, Yobe Qiu turned to her passion project: writing children's books about Asian cultures.
Boat sales leaped to a 13-year high in 2020, and the boom is expected to continue through 2021.
Reported hate crimes against Asian Americans in 2020 rose almost 150% in 16 of America’s biggest cities, according to an analysis of police data.
“They are on the front lines of the food production industry in this country," said Patrick Smith, who runs Loftus Ranches.
Amelia Freeman-Lynde wanted to show people the joys of handcraft in person. The pandemic forced her to transition to e-commerce.
"And if my daughter can see it one day, that'd be great," says Lee Isaac Chung, writer-director of "Minari."