Kenneth Shropshire called Wednesday a "universally unique day in history and in sport."
The company has committed to helping the Black Lives Matter movement, but has faced pressure to go beyond writing a check.
While activists call for redirecting police funding, overtime compensation can exceed cities' budgeted amounts. Sometimes officers are paid in comp time.
Activists are concerned that a new rule could weaken banks' partnerships with their communities.
Small businesses, already under strain from COVID-19 lockdowns, are trying to navigate how they engage with their communities and employees during ongoing protests.
Researchers say underlying factors, such as people's relationships with police and with communities, can contribute to destructive behavior in the midst of unrest.
Many companies issued statements in support of the anti-racial bias movement. But some employees question internal actions and policies.
Grocery stores. Bodegas. Pharmacies. Check-cashing spots. All gone.
The property damage in recent protests is on a much lower scale than in past protests.
After some protests became destructive in several cities across the U.S., small business owners are cleaning and and trying to protect their stores.