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Deesha Dyer started a social impact consulting firm during COVID. She hopes companies keep their promises on racial justice.
The increase in capital expenditures is one of several signs that businesses anticipate strong growth in the near future.
Many businesses are pumping money into much-needed improvements, and that spending is rippling through the economy.
Bikes and parts could cost 15% to 25% more — if there's even inventory to sell, that is.
According to a new survey, most expect revenue to rise, and many expect to hire more staff.
Allison Arevalo owns Pasta Louise, a Brooklyn restaurant. She kept a weeklong diary for us, as she, like many restaurant owners, faces yet another seismic change in the industry.