The pandemic has been especially hard on Black-owned businesses
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Plus: pay disparities in the video game industry, CEOs put pressure on Congress and a view from a college campus preparing to reopen.
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One reason why Black-owned businesses have fared worse in the pandemic: weaker banking relationships
That leaves them restricted access to capital, according to a study by the New York Fed.
Skin-lightening creams being taken off the shelves
The recent Black Lives Matter protests in the U.S. have led to a backlash against brands selling skin-lightening creams in countries across South Asia. The BBC's Nikhil Inamdar looks at the culture of skin lightening and its industry.
There have been charges of pay disparities, discrimination and harassment.
A look at how businesses on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin will be affected.