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USA Today Money
May 28, 2020

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter fact-checking Trump: Companies shouldn't serve as 'arbiter of truth'
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg questions Twitter's decision to fact check two tweets from President Donald Trump.       

USA Today Money
May 28, 2020

Shopping reinvented: America's stores, malls reopen with masks, curbside pickup and closed fitting rooms
Apple, Best Buy, Kohl's and other stores follow Walmart and Target's blueprint for operating and reopening stores during the coronavirus pandemic.       

USA Today Money
May 28, 2020

Video tours? Suburbs vs cities? Buying, selling a home to look different after COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic has altered the way residential property is bought and sold, changes that aren't likely to disappear any time soon.      

USA Today Money
May 28, 2020

Rebuilding America: 'Life-changing event' of COVID-19 could alter how we work, spend and retire
Americans face a post-COVID-19 future that could include fewer jobs at stores, frugal shoppers and a greater number of people postponing retirement.      

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Trump vs. Twitter: What 'big action' does president plan for social media networks?
Twitter placed a 'fact check' label on President Trump's tweet about mail-in voting fraud. Now, Trump plans 'big action' against social media.       

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Bankruptcy cases, store closings pile up as coronavirus wreaks havoc for J.C. Penney, Hertz, others
Companies are rushing into bankruptcy and closing stores permanently as they seek refuge from their creditors in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.      

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Don't throw away those VISA debit cards: They have stimulus cash
About 4 million people are getting stimulus cash on Visa debit cards. Some thought envelopes marked "Money Network Cardholder Services" were scams.       

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Tesla giving up to $5K price cuts, but Model S and Model X won't have free Supercharging anymore
The electric vehicle company reduced the price of the Model 3, Model S, and Model X in North America, as displayed on its website.      

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Thrift shopping: Walmart partners with thredUP to offer secondhand items
Walmart's new platform offers customers over 750,000 used items, including women's and children's clothing, footwear, handbags and accessories.      

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Trump threatens to 'strongly regulate' or 'close down' social media platforms after Twitter fact check
President Trump is threatening to "close down" social media platforms a day after Twitter added a "fact check" label to two of his tweets.       

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Unemployment claims may reach 41 million in 10 weeks as U.S. businesses slowly reopen
Businesses are reopening as the nation thaws from the economic freeze imposed by the coronavirus. But millions are still expected to seek unemployment       

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Le Pain Quotidien files Chapter 11 bankruptcy, permanent restaurant closings likely
Restaurant chain Le Pain Quotidien filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Wednesday and will likely close some of its restaurants permanently.      

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Tuesday Morning retailer files Chapter 11 bankruptcy, plans 230 store closings
Off-price retailer Tuesday Morning filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Wednesday with plans to close more than a third of its stores.      

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Digital marketing amid coronavirus: Go for the low-hanging fruit with freebies and deals
Branding is a play for long-term recognition. In a pandemic, small businesses need to use discouts and other incentives to go for the quick sale.      

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Can coronavirus comeback story continue for the stock market?
The stock market — including auto stocks — was hit hard by an economic game plan that put production on pause. What happens as the economy reopens?       

USA Today Money
May 27, 2020

Coronavirus wine: Wineries turn to online sales to avoid getting crushed by the COVID-19 pandemic
With revenue from tasting rooms and restaurants drying up during the COVID-19 pandemic, wineries are spiriting their business onto the internet.       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Googlers can start returning to work July 6, but on limited basis
Only 10% of employees will start coming back now, with 30% in fall and all is on a voluntary basis       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Cleaning more than usual? 15 game-changing products to make it easier
Robot vacuums, drain stoppers, and hand dusters are all cleaning products worth investing in for a spotless home.       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Coronavirus relief: Allstate, USAA extend customer refunds for insurance policies through June
As Americans drive less because of COVID-19, Allstate extends its shelter-in-place payback program. USAA and State Farm also have made changes.      

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

US stocks trade sharply higher as economic recovery hopes overshadow pandemic worry
U.S. shares were set for gains after a long weekend, with the future for the Dow industrials adding 1.9% and the future for the S&P 500 rising 1.8%.       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Is FedEx, Microsoft team-up enough versus Amazon? Experts say it's just one step
FedEx and Microsoft's new alliance will bolster FedEx's tech capabilities, but that alone won't be enough to edge out Amazon, experts say.       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

More than 100 Apple Stores reopening this week
Many stores will greet you at the front to let you pick up items or speak to a Genius, and you'll need to be wearing face coverings.       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

My kids eat all the time! Americans save money on child care but spend more on groceries
Americans have saved money on childcare during the pandemic, but they are spending more on groceries and cleaning products, according to TD Ameritrade.      

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Get ready for higher prices at the grocery store. It's COVID-19's fault.
The way we all buy and consume food has changed dramatically since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic.       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

J.C. Penney announces new home brand while planning for store closings in bankruptcy
J.C. Penney has launched the Linden Street bedding brand, despite plans to close roughly 242 stores in bankruptcy. COVID-19 has hit the company hard.       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

KFC tests a new chicken sandwich in Florida, offering a 20% larger filet
The upgraded chicken sandwich will only be tested in 15 restaurants in Florida, including cities such as Orlando, Kissimmee, Mount Dora.       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Consumer confidence rises in May after historic fall and economy reopens amid COVID-19 concerns
Consumer confidence increased in May after a historic fall as states began to reopen their economies. But the measure remains near six-year lows.      

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

New York Stock Exchange trading floor partially reopens after coronavirus closings with new precautions
The New York Stock Exchange starts a phased reopening of the trading floor Tuesday after being closed for two months because of the COVID-19 pandemic.      

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Coronavirus relief: Allstate to extend customer refunds for insurance policies through June
With Americans continuing to drive less because of the coronavirus, Allstate is extending its shelter-in-place payback program through June.      

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Detroit Three have a new competitor in the electric pickup war — it's called Endurance
Lordstown CEO Steve Burns says the Endurance will be first to hit the all-electric pickup market and it has an advantage against the Detroit Three.       

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Explaining a layoff caused by COVID-19: Ask HR
Don't worry, hiring managers will understand that many workers were laid off or furloughed during the COVID-19 pandemic, Johnny C. Taylor Jr. says.      

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

Masks spark public judgment, ridicule among customers as businesses reopen
Public ridicule and judgment is common among people who selectively wear masks or forgo them all together in the middle of a pandemic.      

USA Today Money
May 26, 2020

My kids eat all the time! Americans save money on childcare, but spend more on groceries
Americans have saved money on childcare during the pandemic, but they are spending more on groceries and cleaning products, according to TD Ameritrade.      

USA Today Money
May 25, 2020

Should you parboil brats? Nope. And science can tell you why.
Experts are divided on the parboil debate, but not the science. And it's not good news for team parboil.       

USA Today Money
May 25, 2020

Memorial Day shopping 2020: Costco is closed Monday, but here's a list of what stores are open
What stores are open on Memorial Day? This Memorial Day is different because of COVID-19 as fewer stores are open. But grocery stores are open.      

USA Today Money
May 25, 2020

Which restaurants are open Memorial Day? Starbucks, Chick-fil-A, Applebee's are open but some only for takeout.
There are fewer restaurants to dine in this Memorial Day because of the coronavirus but many will be open for takeout and delivery Monday.      

USA Today Money
May 24, 2020

Coronavirus store closings: Pier 1 Imports to shutter all stores in bankruptcy, liquidation now underway
Pier 1 Imports started its going-out-of-business closing sale May 22, ahead of Memorial Day. The decision to close all stores was spurred by COVID-19.       

USA Today Money
May 24, 2020

Memorial Day hot dogs and hamburgers could cost more this year
With some meat processing plants like Tyson Foods and Smithfield Foods partially closed because of COVID-19, there's less selection to choose from.       

USA Today Money
May 24, 2020

AAA: Gas prices rise ahead of Memorial Day, but still much cheaper than usual
The last time the national average was less than $2 per gallon heading into a Memorial Day Weekend was in 2003, according to the AAA.       

USA Today Money
May 24, 2020

Investing tip: Where to look for higher yields without taking on unintended risk
At these historically low rates, inflation is eroding the value of our savings added to the fact we are unable to achieve reasonable levels of income.      

USA Today Money
May 24, 2020

'For my sanity, 10 people is max': Small business owners make changes for public health as they reopen
As small businesses across the nation start to reopen after being shutter due to COVID-19, some owners are making changes including to capacity.       

USA Today Money
May 24, 2020

Somewhere, under the rainbow, there's a Bentley
When Bentley was shut down due to the pandemic, the company ran a contest among employees. The winning result was a rainbow version of the Bentley.       

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

Hertz files for bankruptcy
Hertz, whose car-rental bands also include Dollar and Thrifty, lost almost all their revenue when travel shut down due to the coronavirus this year.      

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

What if I didn't get the $600 for every week? What if I don't qualify for unemployment? Your COVID-19 money questions, answered
Where are my weekly $600? What if I don't qualify for unemployment? Your money questions, answered by USA TODAY Network financial experts.       

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

John Krasinski sells 'Some Good News' to ViacomCBS leaving some fans very unhappy
The actor produced eight free episodes on YouTube, including an "Office" reunion, online graduations and virtual prom with special guests.      

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

Don't qualify for unemployment?
We have answers ??      

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

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USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

Blame the pandemic
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USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

The US keeps 'printing' ??
How far can it go?      

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

Spending ??during crisis
More food, less day care      

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

Employer 401 (k) matching
My company stopped ??      

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

Memorial Day 2020 food safety: Coronavirus isn't the only threat at holiday weekend barbecues
Dealing with raw meat can be tricky, and cooking it improperly can be deadly. Here are grilling safety tips for your socially-distanced cookout.      

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus: With Americans hardly driving, should insurers give bigger discounts?
While auto insurers are giving customers average premium refunds of about 15% these drivers are owned much more —twice as much — advocates argue.       

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

Do this before you upgrade your phone: Back up your data and wipe it clean
Taking steps to ensure privacy of your information is necessary before you trade in or sell your phone.       

USA Today Money
May 23, 2020

Porsche launched a platform that lets you order a used 911 from your couch
The new platform called Porsche Finder lets users search by model, price and color.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Macy's reopens 80 more stores for Memorial Day weekend after temporary COVID-19 closings
For Memorial Day weekend, Macy's is reopening 80 more stores closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Macy's faces a $1.1 billion loss for the quarter.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Biden wants Amazon to 'start paying their taxes'
Amazon has become a popular political football to kick on several issues       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Yes, Corona is selling big during coronavirus pandemic, but so is Coors Light and Miller Lite
In the COVID-19 crisis, beer buyers have turned to big brands like Corona and Coors Light and are buying beer in bulk.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

What stores and restaurants are open Memorial Day? Because of COVID-19 fewer businesses than past years
Costco stores are closed Memorial Day but select Kohl's, Old Navy and Macy's are open with Target and Walmart. Starbucks and Dunkin' are open Monday.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Beers of the pandemic: These two dozen brands have been the choice stay-at-home sips
While staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, drinkers of beer and hard seltzers have opted for well-known brands including Corona and Bud.      

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

The 50 best Memorial Day 2020 sales on clothing, shoes, and accessories
You can score major discounts this Memorial Day weekend on clothing, shoes, and accessories from top retailers including Anthropologie, Madewell, and more.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Builders call Whitmer's COVID-19 work rules unconstitutional, asks court to throw them out
A builders group says Michigan's governor exposed them to enormous fines without going through the proper process, exceeding her authority.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

50 amazing Memorial Day fashion and clothing sales to shop this weekend
You can score major discounts this Memorial Day weekend on clothing, shoes, and accessories from top retailers including Anthropologie, Madewell, and more.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Is virtual camp worth the cost? Parents question the value of kids attending summer sessions on a screen
Parents ask: Is the cost of virtual summer camp worth it after kids have spent months remote learning? COVID-19 is spurring these money questions.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Ohio nursing home staff self-isolated for 65 days to prevent COVID-19 spread. It worked.
The strict isolation measures paid off at SharonBrooke Assisted Living in Newark, as not a single member or resident was diagnosed with COVID-19.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

This popular Zwilling knife set just got a major price cut
La Cuisine just slashed the price on these Zwilling knives we love—get details here.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Clinique is having a sitewide sale on its holy grail makeup and skincare products
Thanks to this Clinique sale, shoppers can get the brand's foundation, moisturizer and other best-sellers at a discount.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Ford wows President Trump with $750,000 supercar: 'I want to buy one'
President Donald Trump jokes that the hot supercar built by Ford Motor Company is too pricey for his budget.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Another Amazon warehouse worker dies from COVID-19 bringing total to 8
An Amazon warehouse worker in Ohio died from COVID-19, bringing the total known deaths to eight employees, the company confirmed Thursday to NBC News.       

USA Today Money
May 22, 2020

Reopening restaurant owners call Kentucky's ban on table linens 'wasteful'
With restaurants preparing to reopen dining rooms at 33% capacity Friday, one staple of fine dining is notably absent — tablecloths and cloth napkins.       

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

Report: Another Amazon warehouse worker dies from COVID-19 bringing total to 8
An Amazon warehouse worker in Ohio died from COVID-19, bringing the total known deaths to eight employees, the company confirmed Thursday to NBC News.       

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

Crayola launches box of crayons with diverse skin tones
Crayola is launching a box of crayons with different skin tones for children to "accurately color themselves into the world."       

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

20 throwback movies that are perfect for family movie night
Your kids will love these classic flicks from the 70's, 80's, and early 90's.       

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

Is the stock market open on Memorial Day?
Financial markets will be closed on Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial day.      

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

Will the additional $600 payment be taxable? What if I don't qualify for unemployment? Your COVID-19 money questions, answered
Is the extra $600 payment taxable? What if I don't qualify for unemployment? Your money questions, answered by USA TODAY Network financial experts.       

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

Another 2.4 million Americans file for unemployment, bringing 9-week total to 38.6 million, as fallout from coronavirus lingers
Millions more apply for unemployment insurance as the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic grinds on      

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

'We would like to get in there': Health officials frustrated as over 30 Amazon workers contract COVID-19
The company has been uncooperative, says a Kenosha County (Wisc.) health officer says, who is considering having to shut the facilities down.       

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

T-Mobile sees pandemic as opportunity to connect with first-responders with free service, phones
T-Mobile is offering free cellular service to local and state first-responder agencies and free or half-price personal smartphones for all customers.       

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

Macy's plans to reopen 80 more stores for Memorial Day weekend after temporary COVID-19 closings
For Memorial Day weekend, Macy's is reopening 80 more stores closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Macy's faces a $1.1 billion loss for the quarter.       

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

Another 2.4M file jobless claims as economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic lingers
Millions more apply for unemployment insurance as the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic grinds on      

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

COVID-19 dining out: Restaurants take to the streets to create socially distanced dining rooms as nation reopens
As U.S. reopens, cities are opening up sidewalks and closing streets to create large open-air dining rooms to help restaurants and lure back diners.       

USA Today Money
May 21, 2020

Mortgage delinquencies surge by 1.6M in April, the biggest monthly jump ever
Delinquencies among borrowers for past-due mortgages are soaring, a sign that Americans are struggling to pay their bills due to a wave of layoffs or lost income from the coronavirus pandemic.      

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Bill Keating, former congressman and Gannett executive, dies at age 93
William J. Keating, a political, business and civic leader who rubbed elbows with everyone from presidents to the everyday people of his community.       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

'This isn't about the mask, it's about control': Costco customer asked to leave after refusing to wear a face covering
A Costco employee in Arvada, Colorado, with a badge name "Tison" asked the man who refused to wear a face covering to leave the store.       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Victoria's Secret to close about 250 stores in the U.S. and Canada, Bath & Body Works to close 50
L Brands will permanently close about 250 Victoria's Secret and 50 Bath & Body Works stores. Most had been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.      

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

House plans to vote on changes to small business loan program to offer more flexibility
The PPP was part of the $2.2 trillion emergency stimulus package approved in March.       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Millions more expected to file jobless claims, as coronavirus layoffs wind on
The number of Americans filing new jobless claims will likely keep dropping but is still expected to be in the millions as coronavirus ticks on.      

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Walmart upgrades apps due to coronavirus to combine groceries with electronics, toys and more
Walmart shoppers can now order a television for curbside pickup with groceries. Walmart has combined its grocery app with its main app.       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

The 31 best appliances to buy on sale for Memorial Day
Get Memorial Day appliance deals from some of the best brands we've ever tested, including LG, Whirlpool, GE, and more this Memorial Day.       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

'No worker's life is worth my getting a cheaper hamburger': Biden urges protections in meatpacking plants
"We don't treat the workers well at all across the board," Biden said Tuesday. "We have obligations to workers, we have obligations to the community."       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Coronavirus and FSAs: If you can't use it and might lose it, here's what to do
The IRS and the coronavirus relief act provide employees with more options so people don't lose unspent money in flexible spending accounts at the end of the year.      

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

The best 2-in-1 laptops of 2020
The best 2-in-1 laptops       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Harbor Freight recalling 454,000 jack stands because they can drop causing 'serious injury'
Harbor Freight is recalling 454,000 jack stands because they pose a safety risk and is advising consumers to stop using them immediately.       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Food prices soar to highest one-month increase since 1974; price of eggs up 16% in April
As Americans stayed home because of COVID-19 pandemic, they cooked at home more, driving prices up. Grocery prices rose 4.1% in April.d       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Target same-day services like Drive Up and Shipt delivery grew by 278% fueled by COVID-19
Target shoppers turned to same-day services to cut down on time in stores as Americans sheltered in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Your small business and coronavirus: What you should spend money on now
COVID-19 will be a small business concern for some time, so spending money on safety and cleanliness while cutting unnecessary expenses is smart.      

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Has the coronavirus crisis depleted your cash savings? Here's what you should do before tapping your 401(k)
Workers furloughed or laid-off because of COVID-19 may be tempted to borrow from 401(ks) instead of tapping other sources. What do experts think?       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Uber Eats launches 'Family Style Meals' to save your family money on delivery orders
As families struggle amid the COVID-19 crisis, some Uber Eats' participating restaurants will offer a curated menu that offers value and savings.      

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

'The new way': Milwaukee businesses pivot by selling care packages, virtual events to survive the coronavirus pandemic
Businesses that are based around gathering people together for a tour, a game, travel or a conference are finding new ways to earn during COVID-19.       

USA Today Money
May 20, 2020

Coronavirus and pretax savings: If you can't use it and might lose it, here's what to do
The IRS and the coronavirus relief act provide employees with more options so people don't lose unspent money in flexible spending accounts at the end of the year.      

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