The Children’s Museum said it is projecting a loss of $4 million to $7 million in 2020 because of the three-month health crisis closure.
The tourism group’s new “You Have Earned It” campaign focuses on Indiana residents and relies heavily on Facebook and Google advertising platforms.
Business owners and advocacy groups complain that the money in the Paycheck Protection Program has not fully put to work because the program created obstacles that stopped countless small businesses from applying.
Fed officials say more than 200 banks have signed up to participate since the program began two weeks ago, but that’s a small slice of the nation’s roughly 5,000 lenders. None have made any loans yet.
Amid an alarming resurgence of coronavirus cases in places nationwide, more people are being required to wear masks in public.
U.S. companies are providing reason for hope that an earnings recession may be less severe than some analysts expect.
Business Roundtable’s CEO Economic Outlook Survey fell to 34.3 in the second quarter, its lowest reading since the same three months of 2009, according to results released Monday.
The company had planned to begin opening theaters in mid-July, but last week the July theatrical release calendar was effectively wiped clean.
Contact tracing—tracking people who test positive and anyone they’ve come in contact with—was challenging even when stay-at-home orders were in place. Now it’s getting even more difficult as states reopen.
Remdesivir’s price has been highly anticipated since it became the first medicine to show benefit in the pandemic, which has killed more than half a million people globally in six months.
The Federal Reserve on Sunday released a list of roughly 750 companies, including Apple, Walmart and ExxonMobil, whose corporate bonds it will purchase in the coming months in an effort to keep borrowing costs low and smooth the flow of credit.
People on six continents already are getting jabs in the arm as the race for a COVID-19 vaccine continues, with even bigger studies poised to prove if any shot really works—and maybe offer a reality check.
Worldwide cases of COVID-19 have surpassed 10 million and deaths are nearing a half-million, according to the latest numbers from John Hopkins.
Researchers from Purdue University have found that a lack of resources could put nurses’ psychological well-being at risk.
Stocks closed sharply lower on Wall Street on Friday as the number of confirmed new coronavirus cases in the United States hit an all-time high, stoking worries that the reopening of businesses investors have been banking on to revive the economy will be derailed.
Health experts have said a disturbingly large number of cases are being seen among young people who are going out again, often without wearing masks or observing other social-distancing rules.
Thousands of parents of college football players across the country grappling with unanswered questions about coronavirus this month as their sons returned to campuses for socially distanced workouts.
American’s move matches the policy of United Airlines but contrasts sharply with rivals that limit bookings to create space between passengers to minimize the risk of contagion.