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Hurtling toward a fiscal cliff

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A NYPD vehicle parks in front of a "Cancel Rent" banner hung up by participants of a 'Resist Evictions' rally to protest evictions on August 10, 2020, in New York City.

A "Cancel Rent" banner hanging in New York. Key programs that helped keep people financially afloat in the pandemic, as well as the CDC's eviction ban, will end. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images

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As the new year approaches, government relief programs are set to expire

by Justin Ho Nov 25, 2020
And there's no additional stimulus relief aid is in sight.

Small businesses prepare for the holidays amid the pandemic

by Sean McHenry Nov 25, 2020
Small business retailers are facing a holiday season like no other. Three owners share how they're preparing for the shopping season.

Manufacturers recovering as service industry continues to suffer

by Kimberly Adams Nov 25, 2020
Orders for big-ticket items are a rare economic bright spot. But many businesses that rely on in-person customers are hurting.

Helium prices stopped soaring when COVID hit

by Erika Beras Nov 25, 2020
Here's why: Canceled MRIs and that ballon bouquet you didn't buy for that birthday party you didn't throw, in part.

How toy drives are staying on track during the pandemic

by Kristin Schwab Nov 25, 2020
With fewer big donations boxes at offices and retail stores, the logistics have become tricky.

Principal of Detroit technical career center tackles pandemic's challenges to training

by Kai Ryssdal and Alli Fam Nov 25, 2020
Students might be learning virtually, but they're still learning a skilled trade.

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