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The U.S. health crisis isn't just depressing the national economy. The global economy could feel it, too.
In a Thursday hearing, the Senate was told how Black business owners faced hurdles accessing Paycheck Protection Program funding.
Why one 86-year-old started volunteering in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
If the $600-a-week pandemic payment disappears, many may have trouble covering their basic expenses.
As many as 3.2 million jobs were added by the federal Paycheck Protection Program, but the long-term effect is unknown.
Chambers must navigate a new landscape that includes shutdowns, PPP applications and changing promotional strategies.