Small businesses are figuring out the year ahead
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On today's show: How the pandemic has altered the way small business owners manage their companies — and their lives. Plus, who gets to decide what feminism looks like?
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Keeping a business afloat through the ups and downs of the pandemic has changed the way some owners manage their companies, and their own lives.
The company created by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan clashed with the existing infrastructure of health care.
Stores and manufacturers are slimming down product selection in response to shopper behavior.
The popular messaging platform was down for most of the workday Monday.
To boost testing, the Biden team has proposed a federal Pandemic Testing Board, modeled after the War Production Board.