What will out-of-work Americans do without that extra $600 per week?
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Plus: The decline of Black-owned insurance companies, how the pandemic is affecting the auto industry and why this crisis could be the end of tipping.
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Every year, some 20 million Canadians visit the U.S. and spend an average of about $1,000. But not now.
Many Americans who want to avoid public transit and ride-sharing are tempted to buy a car.
Oil has risen to roughly $40 a barrel after plummeting in April. With prices holding steady, big oil companies are likely to pounce on smaller ones.
The extra benefit has been a lifeline for millions of people — and even some small businesses.
Many of the agencies survived the Great Depression but later died out. Their loss meant less money invested into Black communities.
“A lot of workers are saying no, I refuse to go back and put my health at risk and my family's health at risk for $2, $3 or $4 an hour.”