The company makes Latinx grocery staples. Its CEO just praised President Trump. Latinx activists aren't happy.
Because...are the kids even going back to school this year?
College sports bring TV contracts, corporate donations and other income that could be lost this year due to COVID-19.
Social distancing guidelines and nervous customers are pushing business to change how they operate. Some of the changes may be permanent.
The drugstore giant also reports a quarterly loss of $1.7 billion. It and rival CVS are delving deeper into the health and wellness field.
The price of lumber is at a 2½ year high, driven by a sawmill slowdown and more interest in home projects.
Since the COVID-19 crisis began, some executives have forgone their salaries. But that doesn't always mean they got paid that much less.
"It shouldn't be my nonprofit that has to be monitoring and focusing its energy on a corporation that makes $70 billion a year," said Color of Change President Rashad Robinson.
The problem is worse among households earning $50,000 a year or less.