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Mar 28, 2020

Op-Ed Writer On How 'Essential' Business Designations Affects Minorities
NPR's Michel Martin talks with Solomon Jones of The Philadelphia Inquirer about how "essential business" designations affect minority communities.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 28, 2020

What's In $2.2T Coronavirus Rescue Package
In a rare and overwhelmingly bipartisan move, Congress has approved a $2 trillion package to rescue the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 28, 2020

Why It Takes So Long To Get Most COVID-19 Test Results
Even many symptomatic patients and exposed health workers who are able to get a COVID-19 test must wait nearly a week to get results. Others get results in hours. Here's why it varies so much.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 28, 2020

A Restaurant Owner Reflects On How The Pandemic Has Impacted His Business
Gary Ward owns two restaurants in the tight-knit community of Gloucester, Va. He shares how the outbreak has affected his business and his staff.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 28, 2020

Chinese Restaurants Close As Social Distancing Cuts Into Business
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Truman Lam, whose family owns New York City's largest Chinese restaurant about why they decided to close their doors in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 28, 2020

Walmart Reports Increased Sales In Tops, Not Bottoms, As More People Telework
Walmart is selling more tops than bottoms, due to an increase in teleworking during the coronavirus pandemic. And from the waist down? Well, apparently, it's a free-for-all.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Best Practices For Consumers During The Epidemic
NPR's business correspondent addresses listener concerns about retail workers and talks about about best practices for consumers as the coronavirus epidemic worsens.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

How Retail Workers Are Faring And How To Support Small Business During The Epidemic
NPR's business correspondent answers listener questions about economic sectors that are booming, working in retail and supporting small businesses in the middle of the coronavirus emergency.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Guess What's Flying Off Shelves Now: Hair Dye
Our roots are showing. And we've decided it's the perfect time to finally start baking our own bread. See a list of products that are selling the most.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Trump, Invoking Cold War Authority, Enjoins GM To Build Ventilators
The president said the automaker was taking too long to negotiate what he called an urgent contract under which it and health manufacturer Ventec would build the machines.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

How Coronavirus Could Disrupt The Supply Chain For Food
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Bloomberg agriculture editor Millie Munshi about how the coronavirus pandemic could disrupt the global food supply chain.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Farm Workers Can't Keep Their Distance, And Can't Get Into The U.S. To Work
The people who harvest food face two challenges right now: tighter border controls keeping many away from the fields, and cramped living quarters that make social distancing almost impossible.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Orange Juice Is A Hot Commodity During The Coronavirus
Orange juice is suddenly hot. Frozen concentrate futures have soared 25% in the past month as people looking to boost their vitamin C intake are lifting OJ sales.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Stocks Are Sinking, But Orange Juice Futures Are Soaring
The Dow has been falling — a lot. But one corner of the markets has been a bright spot: orange juice futures. People looking to boost their vitamin C intake are lifting OJ sales.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Amazon Official Says Company Is Taking 'Every Precaution' After Workers Test Positive
Jay Carney, Amazon's senior VP of global corporate affairs, describes the company's growing role during the coronavirus outbreak and whether it can keep its workers safe.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

'Essential' Status Means Jobs For Farmworkers, But Greater Virus Risk
Farmworkers are still working during the coronavirus epidemic. They're essential. But they're also at greater risk of infection.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Pandemic Threatens Local Papers Even As Readers Devour Their Coverage
The coronavirus recession hit local newspapers almost immediately. Many have already instituted layoffs or suspended publishing. Some may never come back.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Relief Package Includes Billions For Boeing And Airlines
Air travel has rapidly decreased, Congress has stepped up with assistance: more than $60 billion in aid for airlines as well as Boeing and some of its critical suppliers.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Trump Administration Plans To Offer New COVID-19 Guidelines
Large parts of the country are shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Could some regions open earlier than others? If so, which ones? The Trump administration considers options.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Survey: Working From Home Has Rewards The Office Can't Offer
Stay-at-home workers reveal some benefits: 44% say they have changed temporarily into business attire for a video meeting, while 12% admit to switching off their cameras due to a lack of clothing.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Gig Workers Would Get Unemployment Safety Net In Rescue Package
Uber drivers, Airbnb hosts and other gig workers who have lost their livelihoods because of the coronavirus pandemic would get some relief under the proposed new $2 trillion federal rescue package.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

In Beijing, There Are Small Signs That Brighter Days Are Ahead
China's government is beginning to lift restrictions that were in place during the height of the coronavirus outbreak. So how do residents feel as life slowly starts to return to normal?

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Opposite Sides Of Border Closure: Laredo, Texas, Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
The U.S. last week closed its borders with Canada and Mexico because of the coronavirus outbreak. At the southern border, the closure is affecting life on both the U.S. and Mexico sides.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

$2 Trillion Coronavirus Package Has Built-In Accountability Steps
The House votes Friday on the $2 trillion coronavirus economic relief package. The bill creates an accountability committee to conduct investigations and audits of where the funds are being used.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

Can Amazon Meet Customer Demand And Keep Its Workforce Safe?
NPR's Noel King talks to Jay Carney, Amazon's senior VP of global corporate affairs, about the company's growing role during the COVID-19 outbreak, and whether it can keep its workers safe.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

House Aims To Send $2 Trillion Rescue Package To President To Stem Coronavirus Crisis
Under the shadow of new, strict social distancing rules, House lawmakers will take up the $2 trillion plan on Friday. The president is expected to sign the historic measure into law.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

The Coronavirus Pandemic May Be Loosening Links In The Supply Chain
Some shippers can't meet unprecedented demand for basic goods. Others are starved for goods from Asia and are facing a drop-off in U.S. factory production.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 27, 2020

House Sends $2 Trillion Coronavirus Rescue Package To President
President Trump is expected to sign the CARES Act, the third aid package from Congress during the growing coronavirus pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Facebook Steps Up Efforts To Combat The Spread Of Coronavirus Misinformation
Nick Clegg, vice president of global affairs and communications, says the company will work to remove coronavirus-related information that has the potential to cause physical harm.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Show Me the Relief Money - No Promises On When Coronavirus Checks Are Coming
Under the plan, single people earning incomes below $75,000 will receive as much as $1,200. The White House says it will issue funds in three weeks but experts say it could take months for some.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Chef José Andrés Addresses Questions On The Restaurant Business During The Epidemic
NPR's Michel Martin and chef José Andrés answer listener questions about the restaurant industry, the grocery supply chain and food preparation during the coronavirus epidemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Are You Asking For A Break On Mortgage, Rent Or Other Bills?
NPR is looking to hear from people who lost their jobs or income during the coronavirus pandemic and who are trying to get help from mortgage companies or other lenders.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Congress Approved The $2 Trillion Relief Package. When Can I Expect My Check?
Under the plan, single people earning incomes below $75,000 will receive as much as $1,200. The White House says it will issue funds in three weeks but experts say it could take months for some.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

The Senate Relief Bill Provides Economic Relief — But Not To Some Immigrants
Immigrant advocates are unhappy that the Senate bill excludes undocumented and mixed-status families from one-time cash payments and access to health care.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Former Federal Economist Looks At Economic Rescue Package Moving Through Congress
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Austan Goolsbee, former chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, about the economic relief package moving through Congress.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Airlines And Boeing To Receive Billions Through Aid Bill
As air travel screeches to a near-halt, Congress is coming to the rescue with some big assistance: more than $60 billion in aid for airlines, as well as Boeing and some of its critical suppliers.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

What To Do If You Lose Your Job Due To The Coronavirus Outbreak
Millions of Americans are losing their jobs or regular levels of income as stores and businesses close across the country. Here's what's most important to do if this happens to you.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Amazon Closes Kentucky Warehouse After Workers Test Positive
The closure of a Kentucky warehouse is the first confirmed prolonged shutdown of an Amazon facility. Workers in at least 10 others have tested positive for COVID-19, prompting shorter closures.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Advice On Filing For Unemployment Benefits: Document Everything And Be Persistent
The number of jobless claims hit an all-time record, with 3.3 million claims in the last week alone. With so many people filing, there are glitches. Experts offer suggestions on how to get through.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

'There He Goes!': Family Who Went Viral On BBC Returns To Discuss Working From Home
"It's just really, really tough" for parents to get work done with small children in the house, says professor Robert Kelly, also known as "BBC Dad."

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Viral 'BBC Dad' Returns To Discuss Working From Home: 'Just Really, Really Tough'
"It's just really, really tough" for parents to get work done with small children in the house, says professor Robert Kelly, also known as "BBC Dad."

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Brookings' David Wessel: Analyzing The New Unemployment Numbers
NPR's Noel King speaks with David Wessel of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institute about the new unemployment numbers.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Coronavirus Forces Waffle House To Close More Than 400 Restaurants
The chain takes pride in hardly ever closing its restaurants, but because of COVID-19 it has had to close some. For now, many hungry road trippers will have to find their waffles and coffee elsewhere.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Don't Dash For Cash: Authorities Say There's No Need To Empty The ATM
Regulators urge consumers not to drain their bank accounts, after reports of large withdrawals by some customers worried about the coronavirus. The FDIC reminds us the public accounts are insured.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

News Brief: Coronavirus' Economic Effects, Testing For COVID-19
New unemployment claims are expected to shatter records. A $2 trillion emergency relief package passes in the Senate and heads to the House. And, the mixed message about testing for the coronavirus.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Senate Passes Bi-Partisan Relief Package Amid COVID-19 Economic Downturn
The Senate overwhelmingly approved the $2 trillion package Wednesday night. It is designed to alleviate some of the worst effects of the economic downturn as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Washington State Deals With Economic Fallout From COVID-19
NPR's Noel King talks to Suzan LeVine, commissioner of the Employment Security Department for Washington, about how the state is dealing with a surge in jobless claims.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Working From Home: Are You Dressed For Success Or Wearing Pajamas?
NPR's Noel King talks to Robin Givhan, fashion critic for The Washington Post, about how the coronavirus outbreak is changing the way we dress, and how we communicate with our clothes.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

Unemployment Claims Expected To Shatter Records
Millions of Americans are expected to have filed for unemployment benefits for the first time last week — a number far above the levels seen during the depths of the Great Recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

3.3 Million File For Unemployment Claims, Shattering Records
A record number of Americans filed for unemployment benefits for the first time last week as the coronavirus hammered the economy. It's nearly five times the levels seen during the Great Recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 26, 2020

3.3 Million File For Unemployment Claims, Shattering The Record
A record number of Americans filed for unemployment benefits for the first time last week — a number nearly five times the levels seen during the depths of the Great Recession.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Commercial Fishermen Struggle To Survive In The Face Of Coronavirus
Commercial fishermen are fighting to stay afloat while restaurants and global markets are shutting down to contain the spread of the virus.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

'Stop Price Gouging,' 33 Attorneys General Tell Amazon, Walmart, Others
The top state law enforcement officials also told Craigslist, eBay and Facebook that they have "an ethical obligation" to root out spiking prices on hand sanitizers and other high-demand products.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

'Stop Price Gouging,' 34 Attorneys General Tell Amazon, Walmart, Others
The top state law enforcement officials also told Craigslist, eBay and Facebook they have "an ethical obligation" to root out spiking prices on hand sanitizers and other high-demand products.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

How Advertisers Are Navigating The Pandemic
Businesses are rethinking their ad campaigns to avoid sounding tone-deaf during the current crisis. AdWeek's T.L. Stanley speaks with NPR's Ailsa Chang on how companies are changing their messaging.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

What's In It For You? $1,200 Checks, 13 Weeks Of Unemployment Payments, And More
Congress has announced agreement on a $2 trillion economic relief package for the effects of COVID-19. Most households will get a stimulus check, and unemployment insurance has been greatly expanded.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

What's In It For You? $1,200 Checks, 13 Weeks Of Unemployment Payments And More
Congress has announced agreement on a $2 trillion economic relief package for the effects of COVID-19. Most households will get a stimulus check, and unemployment insurance has been greatly expanded.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Ventilator Makers Ask U.S. Government To Manage Distribution
Medical device manufacturers are asking the Trump administration to centralize decisions about how to prioritize which orders from states, local governments and hospitals should be filled first.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Gilead Declines 'Rare Disease' Status For Experimental Coronavirus Drug
By renouncing the special status, Gilead Sciences lets go of tax breaks, fee waivers and 7 years without generic competition for remdesivir, its experimental COVID-19 treatment.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Sheetz Convenience Store Chain Gives Workers $3 Hourly Raise
It's one of the most aggressive moves yet by companies that are boosting pay to retain, attract and motivate employees.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Historic Games, Documentaries And ... Marble Races: ESPN Without Live Sports
ESPN calls itself the "worldwide leader in sports," but there are few live sports to show. So it's scrambling to fill the time, offering diversions like cherry pit spitting and marble racing.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Education Dept. Will Stop Collecting On Student Borrowers In Default
Borrowers who have defaulted on their federal student loans will get a temporary reprieve from having their wages, Social Security benefits and tax refunds garnished by the federal government.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Education Dept. Will Stop Collections On Student Borrowers In Default
Those who have defaulted on their federal student loans will get a temporary reprieve from having their wages, Social Security benefits and tax refunds garnished by the federal government.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

The Netherlands' Huge Flower Sector Wilts As Coronavirus Hurts Business
The Dutch market is a global blossom powerhouse but sales are withering as virus-hit countries hunker down.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

White House, Senate Agree To Historic Deal On Coronavirus Rescue Measure
NPR's Noel King talks to David Wessel of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institute about the agreement announced early Wednesday morning on the massive emergency relief package.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

'Our Expectation Is This Bill Passes Tonight'
The White House gave its stamp of approval to a Senate plan to rescue the U.S. economy with a $2 trillion package.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Senate Reaches Historic Deal On $2 Trillion Coronavirus Economic Rescue Package
Congressional leaders announced an agreement to fund cash payments to Americans, bailouts for key industries and aid to the health care industry.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Senate Passes $2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Package
The Senate has passed a $2 trillion coronavirus relief package that includes cash to Americans and help for small businesses.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

After Days Of Negotiations, Deal Reached On Emergency Aid Measure
The Senate and White House worked through an agreement on a $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package early Wednesday morning. The agreement means Congress could be close to passing a deal.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Can The U.S. Crowdsource Its Way Out Of A Mask Shortage? No, But It Still Helps
The shortage of masks and other protective gear has left medical staff pleading for help. Several pop-up volunteer groups are matching individual donors with local hospitals most in need.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

News Brief: Aid Package, Reopening America, Sen. Burr's Stock Sale
The White House and Senate reach a deal on economic stimulus. The president criticized for aiming to re-open the U.S. next month. And, Sen. Burr sued for improperly profiting from insider knowledge.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Sen. Richard Burr Faces Lawsuit Over Timing Of Stock Sale
A lawsuit has been filed accusing Sen. Burr of improperly profiting from insider knowledge. Legislation is being introduced in the House that would ban lawmakers from trading any individual stocks.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Trump Resists Using Wartime Law To Get, Distribute Coronavirus Supplies
The White House says it has not needed to use its authority under the Defense Production Act because the private sector has been cooperating with the administration on its own.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

Trump Sends Mixed Messages About Invoking Defense Production Act
President Trump said he would use the Defense Production Act to get supplies needed to fight the coronavrius, but he has been reluctant to use his powers to force companies to make the items.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 25, 2020

White House, Senate Agree To $2 Trillion Coronavirus Rescue Package
The deal means Congress could be close to passing a deal and it comes after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Republicans and Democrats had closed the gap on their differences.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

Workers In 8 Amazon Warehouses Test Positive For Coronavirus
The outbreaks at Amazon facilities come as the e-commerce giant plans to hire 100,000 new workers to meet the surge in orders to the company's fulfillment centers

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

FDA Grants Experimental Coronavirus Drug Benefits For Rare Disease Treatments
Gilead Science's remdesivir, an antiviral medicine being tested for treatment of COVID-19, would get a seven-year monopoly if approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

NRA Plans Layoffs, 20% Cut In Pay For Employees Due To Coronavirus' Economic Hit
The belt-tightening in response to the virus outbreak includes "the elimination of certain positions." The group had already canceled its annual meeting because of the virus outbreak.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

Ford CEO Announces Company Will Contribute To Manufacturing Medical Supplies
Ford Motor Company announced today that it would partner with GE Health and 3M to manufacture medical supplies like masks, respirators and ventilators. CEO Jim Hackett speaks with NPR's Ailsa Chang.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

From Grocery Stores To Pizza Delivery, Some Companies Are On A Hiring Spree
Even as millions of Americans are losing jobs in restaurants, hotels and airlines, a few industries are adding thousands of workers. They include pharmacies, online retail and delivery services.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

How To Avert Economic Catastrophe: Ideas From 5 Top Economists
Avoid layoffs at any cost. Set up emergency financing for states and cities to help health systems. Cut regulations to speed medical response. Those are some recommendations from leading economists.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

Automaker Retools With Health Supply Companies To Make Masks, Ventilators
Ford, 3M and GE Healthcare join forces to ramp up production of personal protection equipment and ventilators,

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

Dow Jumps A Record 2,100 Points As Stimulus Deal Awaited
U.S. stock indexes surged as negotiations continued over a massive stimulus package to help the crippled economy deal with the growing effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

Dow Jumps As Stimulus Deal Awaited
U.S. stock indexes surged as negotiations continued over a massive stimulus package to help the crippled economy deal with the growing effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

What The Fed Was Designed To Do
The Federal Reserve is designed to deal with financial panics because it was created by one.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

Trump Talks About Reopening America. Is It The Right Time?
How many weeks of social isolation is enough to fight the coronavirus? NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Ron Klain, who served as the Ebola response coordinator in the Obama administration, for his view.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

The Coronavirus Pandemic Hurts Some Industries, Benefits Others
At a time when millions of Americans are losing jobs at eat-in restaurants, hotels and airlines, a few industries are on a hiring spree. Those jobs are in retail, health care and food delivery.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

The Debate Over Money For Everybody
The economic case for giving away hundreds of billions of dollars.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

Transportation Industry Warns Coronavirus Has Hurt Its Bottom Line
Airlines say they will likely have to lay off thousands of workers if Congress can't pass a coronavirus economic relief package soon. Amtrak, bus lines and subways are suffering too.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

With Transportation Industry In Trouble, Workers Wait For Federal Aid Package
Airlines say they will likely have to lay off thousands of workers if Congress can't pass a coronavirus economic relief package soon. Amtrak, bus lines and subways are suffering, too.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

Supermarkets Make Shopping Easier For More Vulnerable Patrons
Supermarkets have introduced senior shopping hours — older adults, pregnant women and people with disabilities can use those times to get food and supplies before the crowds arrive.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

As Coronavirus Precautions Tighten, Trump Looks To Reopen America
Even as life and work is halted across the country, President Trump says he wants America to keep an eye toward reopening as it continues to fight the coronavirus.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 24, 2020

Climate Change Push Fuels Split On Coronavirus Stimulus
Clean energy groups have their own wish list for the massive coronavirus stimulus bill. They say the country's ability to tackle climate change is at stake.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2020

Let's Not Call It A Bailout; Businesses Didn't Cause The Coronavirus
Bailouts stir up images of businesses acting recklessly, enriching themselves, and then asking the government for money. That's not the case this time.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2020

GM Considers Building Ventilators At Indiana Plant
General Motors has already started working with a ventilator company, Ventec, to help it expand production of the essential medical equipment. Now it might start building the devices itself.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2020

As Virus Spreads, Maryland, Massachusetts Order Nonessential Businesses To Close
Maryland ordered nonessential businesses closed as of 5 p.m. Monday. Massachusetts' order goes into effect at noon Tuesday and will last at least two weeks.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2020

Virginia Ends School Year, States Order Businesses To Close As Virus Spreads
Virginia closes schools the rest of the year. Maryland orders nonessential businesses closed at 5 p.m. Monday. Massachusetts order goes into effect at noon Tuesday and will last at least two weeks.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2020

Virginia Ends School Year; States Order Businesses To Close As Virus Spreads
Virginia closes schools the rest of the year. Maryland orders nonessential businesses closed at 5 p.m. Monday. Massachusetts order goes into effect at noon Tuesday and will last at least two weeks.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2020

Nail Salons, Body Shops: These Kinds Of Companies Could Donate Masks And Save Lives
N95 masks are essential for medical workers exposed to the coronavirus. But in ordinary times, they're used by woodworkers, nail technicians and landscapers.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 23, 2020

White House Not Using Defense Powers To Boost Medical Supplies
President Trump has issued contradictory statements about whether he's ordering private companies to ramp up production of medical goods. At the center of all this is the Defense Production Act.

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