While renters face eviction, a Texas county returns unspent relief aid
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Also on the program: how one tourism company navigated travel bans, unpacking today's jobs report and delving into YouTube's approach to content moderation.
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Weekly unemployment claims are still hovering at the lowest level we've seen since 1969.
Omicron is dashing hopes for a return to normal after last year's subdued celebrations.
The tricky task of policing content creators
From "Marketplace Tech," Kimberly Adams chats with Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of YouTube, about the company's strategies for moderating offensive content.
Hotels, restaurants, pubs and clubs suffered in December, normally a strong season, due to the pandemic and may need more help.
Montgomery County officials say there’s been minimal demand for county funds, but others say that’s because the county didn’t make it easily available to renters.
John Gibson, a director at Chobe Holdings, said that although the U.K.'s COVID travel bans hurt business, bookings are starting to pick up.