Among the hardest hit by Covid were retail businesses across the country, including in once-coveted, well known shopping areas like New York City's Fifth Avenue.
More than a month has passed since Texas Gov. Greg Abbott shocked the Faucis of the world by scrapping COVID-inspired restrictions on businesses and individuals, including removing the mask mandate.
Who exactly is it that has been threatening the sea lanes?
After a year in which streaming became even more important to millions of Americans, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Netflix still dominates the streaming universe in the U.S. But new data...
Elon Musk has said he plans to move there. Late last year, Oracle, one of the biggest tech companies in the US, announced plans to move its headquarters to Austin from Silicon Valley. And since the start of the new year, others have followed suit.
"Bubbles are characterized by extreme predictions, tend to dominate conversations and induce people to leave their jobs. The warnings of bubble skeptics get invariably met with scorn and derision."
(Natural News) Slovenian restaurant Pakerna in Upper West Side, Manhattan was forced to close two weeks after its opening in December last year not for lack of customers but for lack of workers.
For many months ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have dealt with massive congestion of ships as trillions of dollars in stimulus results in one-sided trade with Asia.
You can't reduce the size of a 4×8 sheet of plywood to hide the rising cost of one - or shave some length off a 2x4x8 - without it being not only obvious but an issue, functionally. Try siding a house with 4×7.4 sheets of plywood, for instanc
Job growth in March was also widespread, with the bulk of hiring taking place in leisure and hospitality, public and private education, and construction.
Determined to Help Fight Future Trade Blockages, Kucoin Unveils Suez Listing
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"We have earlier communicated that even when reopened, the blockage of the Suez Canal would have ripple effects on global supply chains for weeks to come."
Even though the Suez Canal has reopened, the nearly-week-long blockage cost approximately $9.6 billion PER DAY in trade and could STILL have catastrophic ramifications on the supply chain.
Thanks to tugboats, dredging, and the full moon, the Ever Given no longer blocks the Suez Canal. 17 Tugboats, Dredgers, and High Tides
The controversial Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline project will definitely be completed this year, Viktor Zubkov, chairman of the board of directors of Russia's gas giant Gazprom, said on Friday.
How long will it be before people make monthly payments on toothbrushes? It's not all that far-fetched when you consider that many are already making them on lawn mowers.
Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg topped the list of the 15 billionaires with the greatest growth in absolute wealth since pandemic lockdowns began in March 2020.
A ship recently stuck in the Suez Canal has complicated world trade.
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Why Corporations Are Terrified Of China: Nike, H&M Tumble After Boycott Begins Over Xinjiang Criticism
"China is headed toward the biggest economy in the world, and a lot of prosperity in the future."
Vail Resorts announced a "bold price reset of its Epic Pass products" that will provide skiers and snowboarders limitless fun at its ski resorts starting at $583, a 20% markdown from the past five years, for the 2021-22 season.
But due to the volatility of bitcoin, a customer could receive "significantly less" than they originally paid if they want a refund.
Update (0815ET): Wedbush celebrity tech analyst Dan Ives, known for being one of Apple's biggest champions on the Street, has hailed Tesla's decision to start accepting payment in bitcoin as "a seminal moment" for both Tesla, and bitcoin.
The above poster designed for billboards in the United Kingdom has been banned by the billboard advertising company JC Decaux.
So the worlds car manufacturers are lining up: The Volkswagon group and GM are going "full electric" -- so they say. Ford Motor Co claims its line-up in Europe will be fully electric by 2030, while Tata Motors unit Jaguar Land Rover said its lu
The containership is "expected to be re-floated shortly..."
This is the first drop since April and slows the annual gain to +2.3% YoY
Remember when trucks were simple -and inexpensive? They still are both - just not here. And ironically, they are built by the same company that will only sell you an expensive and complicated one, here.