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COVID-19 Keeps Black Friday Crowds Thin, Shoppers Shift To Online

NEW YORK (AP) — The raging coronavirus pandemic kept crowds thin at malls and stores across the country on Black Friday, but a...

Disney To Lay Off 32,000 Workers As Coronavirus Pandemic Hits Theme Parks

(Reuters) - Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday it would lay off about 32,000 workers, primarily at its theme parks, an increase from...

Dow Jones Average Hits 30,000 For First Time As Wall Street Bets On 2021 Bounce

Nov 24 (Reuters) — The Dow Jones Industrial Average breached the 30,000-mark for the first time on Tuesday, as optimism that COVID-19 vaccines...

Amazon Warehouse Workers File For Union Election In Alabama

Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama have filed a petition to hold a union election, setting the stage for a high-profile labor battle inside...

The Pandemic Is Worse Than Ever And Washington Is The Same

WASHINGTON — The coronavirus pandemic is spiraling out of control, earlier relief measures are about to expire, and the big policymakers in Washington...

Denny’s Shows How A Diverse Supply Chain Can Make A Significant Social Impact

The desire for organizations to create more inclusive and diverse workplaces continues to gain momentum as business leaders expand the scope of internal...

Grocery Chain Backpedals After Encouraging Customers To ‘Plan A Super Spread’

An East Coast-based supermarket chain apologized after releasing a holiday-themed advertisement containing what many interpreted as a flippant reference to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Giant...

Solar Companies Ask Biden To Reverse Trump’s Biggest Blow To The Industry

In January 2018, President Donald Trump slapped tariffs on imported solar panels despite protests from much of the industry, sending jobs in one...