Unemployment is bad, but we don’t know just how bad
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Plus: The recording industry's legacy of exploiting Black artists, the decline in household debt and how robots can help with distance learning.
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Why various estimates of joblessness don't seem to add up.
Labels have long been accused of racist, exploitative practices toward artists. Some now pledge to support social justice and diversify executive ranks.
Burning excess natural gas can be less costly than figuring out a way to use it, but the practice spurs climate change and hurts air quality.
Milk prices have been volatile with the trade war and now the coronavirus pandemic, and dairy farmers are stretched thin.
"If we can't get it let's create it:" tech entrepreneur Rameish Budhoo on creating the Black Nation app
The Black Nation app started as a directory, and is now a social platform.