Normally presidents have very few tools to control the economy. With the COVID-19 pandemic, however, things are a bit different.
The new administration plans to focus lots of attention on the economy and propose a massive relief package as the recovery stutters and the virus surges.
A leading European investor and a business analyst in Asia share their predictions for a post-coronavirus world.
Communication expert Lee Carter says President-elect Biden "underestimated how important the economy was to Americans."
Calls for austerity likely slowed the economic recovery from the Great Recession. Could that happen again?
Those who voted for Biden said they are having a harder time in the COVID economy, according to exit polls done for major television networks.
It's all about trust in a stable U.S. economy.
The growth is good, but it'll be a while before the U.S. economy is back to where it was before COVID-19 happened.
Hundreds of thousands of food industry workers still haven't been able to come back to work.