Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and the rest of America's billionaires saw their fortunes skyrocket over the past six months during the coronavirus pandemic — whilemillions of Americans are now earning less than they were before the crisis began, according to a new study.
About 60% of businesses that have closed during the coronavirus pandemic will never reopen, and restaurants have suffered the most, according to new data from Yelp.
NEW YORK — During the deadliest days of the coronavirus outbreak in New York City, the bodies piled up at a Brooklyn funeral home — and the stench that came with it — at an alarming rate.
Infinite Looks, Inc., founder Keenan Beasley wants to help Black women who love working out hit the gym without worrying about “sweating out their edges.”
AT&T has teamed up with organizations in Philadelphia to promote economic empowerment in Black and underserved communities, as they face long standing social inequities and higher unemployment, issues exacerbated by COVID-19.
TikTok and Oracle will become business partners in the United States — a deal meant to satisfy the Trump administration’s national security concerns about the short-form video app, according to a person familiar with the matter.
For Peloton, the pandemic has been profitable. The at-home fitness company announced its first-ever quarterly profit, which was bolstered by a 172% surge in sales and more than 1 million people subscribing to its streaming classes.
Mortgage rates fell to yet another record low, according to the weekly survey of rates from Freddie Mac. This is the ninth record low since March.
President Trump wrote The Atlantic off as a "dying" magazine last week after it published an explosive story about him allegedlydisparaging Americans who died in war.