The data on PPP loans is out. Many large businesses took advantage of them.
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The PPP data raises questions, again, about whether aid helped well-off businesses rather than those most in need. Extended federal unemployment benefits are coming to an end. And, why it matters that carbon dioxide is currently in short supply.
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It's clear the loans went to some enterprises that are once again prompting questions about who really needed the government aid.
Unless Congress extends the $600-a-week program, benefits are set to expire at the end of July.
Capturing carbon is expensive, so most brewers usually just release the gas into the atmosphere. That's changing during the pandemic.
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