Will an expanded child tax credit solve the “she-cession”?
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More than 2 million women have left the workforce since the start of 2020, and many did so to care for children. Plus, why Unilever will stop using the word "normal" on its products.
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The government needs to plow out of a lot of debt from previous COVID-19 rescue packages and the potential $1.9 trillion in additional aid.
The American Rescue Plan includes a monthly child tax credit, but it's not enough to pay for full-time child care in most states.
Austin’s business community is rooting for South by Southwest to get through this pandemic after being canceled last year.
The consumer-products giant will no longer use the term to describe skin or hair care brands such as Dove, Axe and Vaseline.
The U.S. set higher postage rates last year. E-commerce sellers in China are still scrambling to deal with the change.
Things still feel strange for Cat Wilcox, co-owner of women's boutique Velouria. She misses day-to-day interactions with customers.
To make customers comfortable with mobile robots, companies are designing in approachability and familiarity.