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Normally, jobless workers receiving unemployment cut their spending by 7%. But a JPMorgan Chase study found it's rising — by 10%.
It could leave them vulnerable to layoffs, stalled careers and lower pay for years to come, new studies find.
Zeynep Tufekci, a technology and society expert at the University of North Carolina, hopes the hacks on Obama, Gates and others act as a wake-up call ahead of the election.
They can juice local economies. They can also juice campaign coffers.
Tax accountant Michael Durant is seeing his small business clients through a storm, but facing another at home.
During the pandemic, a bad Yelp review hurts more than ever.