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Aneesha Edwards has a full tuition scholarship but still expects to take on about $10,000 of debt every year she's in school.
"How do you set your price when you don’t know if it’s going to be $12 a pound or $37 a pound?" says Togue Brawn of Downeast Dayboat.
We hear from Erin Detroit Vesey, owner and chef at Detroit Vesey's, " a space to just kind of feel safe and accepted."
When Erin Gomes opened her repair shop in March 2020, it was deemed an essential business. That helped keep it up and running.
“Time became the thing we identified as the ultimate privilege,” said Atiya Jones, a visual artist in Pittsburgh.
Hobie Pileski, co-owner of Argonne Parades, is looking forward to in-person holiday festivities after over a year of putting events on hold.
John Gibson, a director at Chobe Holdings, said that although the U.K.'s COVID travel bans hurt business, bookings are starting to pick up.
This San Francisco antiques business got its start by looking to the past. Now it's trying to prepare for an uncertain future.
Jessica Shaw founded a company that brings play into workplaces to cultivate the human connection.