by Emily Pandise | NBC News (This article first appeared on May 29, 2020)
From iconic department stores to entertainment giants, the coronavirus
has seemingly spared no one in its devastation of the U.S. economy.
Falling consumer demand, reduced entertainment spending, and stay-at-home orders mandating certain businesses stay closed continue to take their toll on a retail industry that
has been struggling for the past several years as consumers pivot to online shopping.… Continues by firstname.lastname@example.org (Rosalie Chan) | Business Insider Software developers
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Continues by Juliet Samuel | The Telegraph Some of the Chinese universities in question are ultimately controlled by Beijing or its military – AP
With its cast iron replica of Budapest’s Liberty Bridge and its pale-stoned version of Versailles, visitors to
Huawei’s research centre in Dongguan could be forgiven for thinking they were in Europe.… Continues by Kristin Myers | Yahoo Finance (This article first appeared on May 29, 2020)
The coronavirus pandemic could deplete the Social Security program four years earlier than previously predicted, according to a new analysis by the
Penn Wharton Budget Model.… Continues