Getting back to the pre-pandemic economy
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On today's show: The economy will probably look different when it recovers. Plus, a California goat ranch hit hard by the pandemic and wildfire.
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Even if the numbers return to where they once were, the economy is probably going to look very different.
Three-quarters of the money Washington set aside hasn't been touched. Some point to new restrictions on which businesses qualify.
Why is it sometimes cheaper for U.S. consumers to buy goods from China than from local vendors?
Warner Music's quarterly report shows that social media and gaming platforms are increasingly important to the industry.
The pandemic wiped away Angeles Crest Creamery's ecotourism revenue. Then the Bobcat Fire hit, wiping out the free food source for its goats.
With the number of high school graduates expected to shrink in New England and a shortage of people in tech, colleges see an opportunity.