Category: COVID Economics
The California attorney general’s office issued subpoenas in August as part of an investigation into Amazon’s protocols for protecting employees from COVID-19.Read More
The fate of congressional COVID-19 relief legislation may hinge on whether Democrats and Republicans can agree on business liability protection.Read More
Food and Drug Administration commissioner Stephen Hahn answered questions from The Times about how the agency is reviewing COVID-19 vaccines. “When appropriate, I’ll be first in line,” he told The Times.Read More
When the coronavirus pandemic began, Main Street shut down, forcing many small businesses to close their doors and rethink their operations. To learn how the pandemic has impacted U.S. small businesses, especially “Main Street” establishments such as retail stores and restaurants, SCORE surveyed more than 3,500 business owners across the country for the Megaphone of Main Street: Impact of COVID-19 report. Findings show that small business owners are adapting and making significant changes, in order to maintain business and thrive in a new business normal. For some, the changes caused by the pandemic have resulted in new business ideas, and […]
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The lucky among California’s small businesses have cobbled together loans and grants to get through the pandemic so far. But that money has dried up, and “you can only take on so much debt.”Read More