Corporate America is standing up to Trump
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On today's show: the continuing economic fallout of a failed insurrection. Plus, how economic recovery might look now that COVID-19 vaccines are rolling out.
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From JPMorgan Chase to Marriott, companies have paused political donations to Republicans (mostly) in response to last week's riot at the U.S. Capitol.
It may turn out to be quite bumpy.
Live music venues have largely gone dark during the pandemic, along with the economies of many historically vibrant music scenes throughout the country.
When the pandemic first hit last spring, auto plants shut down and carmakers curbed semiconductor orders.
Reboots of popular shows don't need to be a critical success to be a commercial one.
The decision to reduce overseas aid during the nation's economic contraction has provoked outrage, but it has also drawn support .