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Pizza chains and others that allow for social distancing have done especially well. Those that depend on breakfast haven't.
A look at how businesses on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin will be affected.
One reason why Black-owned businesses have fared worse in the pandemic: weaker banking relationships
That leaves them restricted access to capital, according to a study by the New York Fed.
Competitive athletic programs are vital to collegiate economics, one expert says. Local businesses depend on them, too.
The employer-provided health insurance losses projected to come could cost the U.S. economy another 1.5 million to 2.5 million jobs.
That includes an eviction moratorium and a payroll tax cut.
The industry has had to change how it prepares products, pivoting from places like restaurants and arenas to grocery stores.
The nature of the economic crisis resulting from the pandemic means we know little about how to deal with its aftermath.