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Apr 08, 2020

Party On, Online: Virtual Beer Pong Becomes An Emotional Lifeline For Workers
The virtual happy hour has taken on huge importance at a time when life is otherwise in lockdown. Workers are learning a lot more about their colleagues in the process.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 08, 2020

Borders Didn't Stop The Pandemic. But They Might Block The Trade Of Medical Goods
More countries are imposing export restrictions on essential medical materials, to try to keep domestically produced goods — like masks, gloves and ventilators — available for domestic needs.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 08, 2020

Women Are Losing More Jobs In Coronavirus Shutdowns
Millions of jobs have been lost as businesses keep their doors closed to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Working women have been hit hardest, accounting for nearly 60% of the early job cuts.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

What Happened Today: Racial Disparities In COVID-19 Deaths, Economic Relief Details
NPR science and economics correspondents answer questions about the federal government's efforts to confront the virus.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Facebook Grants For Coronavirus News Coverage: 3 Questions With Campbell Brown
Campbell Brown, Facebook's head of news partnerships, describes the company's $100 million investment in local news agencies.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Walmart Faces Lawsuit Over Worker's Death From Coronavirus Complications
The wrongful-death case alleges Walmart ignored symptoms and failed to safeguard workers. The legal complaint is by the family of one of two employees from the same store who died in recent weeks.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Behind Facebook's New Local News Grants
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Campbell Brown, vice president of global news partnerships for Facebook, about the company's $100 million investment in local news agencies.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Seattle Bakery Owner On Her Online Pivot During Coronavirus Outbreak
NPR's Ari Shapiro checks in with Olga Sagan, owner of Piroshky Piroshky bakery in Seattle, about how business is going amid the coronavirus pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Many Struggling Homeowners Not Getting The Mortgage Relief U.S. Promised
Millions of homeowners who've lost their incomes qualify to defer payments. But many say lenders are demanding unfair terms such as massive subsequent lump sum payments that they can't afford.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

With Survival At Stake, Small Business Owners Frustrated By Aid Delays
The Paycheck Protection Program is meant to help small businesses keep workers on payroll. But first, businesses have to get the money — a process that has proven difficult for some.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Honda, Nissan Furlough Workers As Auto Plant Shutdowns Are Extended
Auto assembly plants across the country continue to be closed amid the coronavirus pandemic. Tens of thousands of workers are going without pay.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Meat Processing Plants Suspend Operations After Workers Fall Ill
Several processing plants in the U.S. are sitting idle this week because workers are sick with the coronavirus. Other facilities are still operating, but fewer workers are showing up.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

More Aid Coming For Small Businesses, Senate Majority Leader McConnell Says
The $350 billion small business program created in the massive coronavirus relief package is popular, and multiple senators say more money is needed to keep it afloat.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Jamie Dimon Warns 'A Bad Recession' Is Coming
In a letter to shareholders, the JPMorgan Chase CEO applauds the government and the Fed for quick work, but says the pandemic will have devastating consequences for the global economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

4 Of 5 Workers Are Affected By COVID-19 Worldwide, U.N. Agency Says
The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a terrible toll on the world's economy, with various lockdown measures now affecting the livelihood of almost 2.7 billion workers, according to a new report.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

For Some Essential Workers, Jobs Are Still Insecure
When the coronavirus interrupted China's global shipping lines, fewer containers arrived at ports in the United States. For a truck driver in San Bernardino, Calif., that meant a reduction in income.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

States, Hospitals Say They're Still Not Getting Vital Supplies To Fight COVID-19
President Trump says the government's procurement and distribution system is "a fine-tuned machine," but many hospitals and state governors say they're still struggling to get what they need.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Are We Firing Too Many People In The U.S.?
Instead of mass layoffs, Germany tries to safeguard employment. Under a program called Kurzarbeit, when companies declare they're under financial distress, the government helps pay their workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Are We Firing Too Many People?
Instead of mass layoffs, Germany tries to safeguard employment.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Public Health Experts Worry About Trump's Shifts In Messaging
A week ago, President Trump extended federal social distancing guidelines. But days later, he seemed more focused on the economic downside. The mixed messaging has public health experts concerned.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 07, 2020

Trump Urges Saudi Arabia And Russia To End Oil War
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Russian President Vladimir Putin are at the center of the devastating oil price war. President Trump has inserted himself into the fray.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

Airline Flights Into And Out Of New York City Cut Drastically Because Of Coronavirus
A spokesperson said American Airline's busiest flight out of LaGuardia Sunday only had 27 passengers and nine flights from JFK and LaGuardia had one passenger on each.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

Starting Tomorrow, Starbucks Will Require Employees To Wear Face Coverings At Work
For employees who don't have their own face covering, the company created a tutorial on how to create one using store supplies.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

Starbucks Now Requires Employees To Wear Face Coverings At Work
Starting Tuesday, employees must wear face coverings. Those who don't have their own, the company created a tutorial on how to make one using store supplies.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

Are You Struggling To Pay Bills Or Get Coronavirus-Related Benefits?
Whether you're a business owner, an "essential" worker or an individual trying to make ends meet, NPR wants to hear from you. How are you getting by?

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

What It's Like To Apply For Small Business Assistance Right Now
Part of the $2 trillion relief package was a program to help small businesses get through the economic downturn. Tina Rexing of T-Rex Cookie Kitchen speaks with NPR's Ari Shapiro about her experience.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

Surgical Mask Manufacturer In Texas Is Inundated With Requests
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Mike Bowen, whose company Prestige Ameritech makes surgical masks in Texas, about why he's unhappy about the flood of orders coming in for his product.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

Some Auto Insurers Are Sending Refunds To Customers As Crash Rate Falls
The pandemic is keeping cars parked, which means fewer crashes — and big savings for auto insurers. Allstate and American Family Insurance have decided to return that extra cash to customers.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

NPR Names Poynter's Kelly McBride As 6th Public Editor
Media ethicist Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute has been named NPR's public editor, an in-house advocate for listeners and newsroom watchdog.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

When You Work In Construction, Social Distancing Isn't Always Possible
Shelter-in-place orders exempt workers in essential trades, including the driver of a concrete mixer in Salt Lake County, Utah. He explains how he's trying to stay safe during the pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 06, 2020

Fed Goes All Out To Keep Economy Alive During Coronavirus Shutdown
The Federal Reserve has moved quickly and creatively to pump money into the rapidly shrinking U.S. economy in hopes of keeping it afloat long enough to outlast the coronavirus pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 05, 2020

2 Workers From Same Walmart Store Die After Contracting The Coronavirus
The Chicago-area store is open for business after passing "necessary inspections," the company said. Walmart did not disclose the workers' names or further details.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 05, 2020

The Controversy Around 'Essential' Businesses
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with three journalists about the controversy surrounding what's considered an essential business where they are: Tara Haelle, Thomas Peele and Brenna Goth.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 05, 2020

Gig Workers Struggle To Get Financial Help During Pandemic
Gig companies like Instacart and Uber promise financial assistance to workers affected by the coronavirus. But some workers are finding it hard to get that aid.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 04, 2020

Homeowners Say Some Lenders Are Offering Relief With A Side Of Retribution
Congress ordered home lenders to let homeowners who lost income skip mortgage payments, but some say lenders are demanding big lump sum payments just months from now, even if they've lost their jobs.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 04, 2020

COMIC: Grocery Workers Are Essential, And Feeling The Strain
"I feel happy to have a job that is important," says a clerk in Portland, Ore. "But safe? No way!" A graphic artist relays the worries, pleas and pride from key workers on the pandemic's front line.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Shoppers In Mexico Are Panic-Buying Beer During The Coronavirus Crisis
To the shock of many, alcoholic beverage production was listed as a nonessential business during the shutdown to aid social distancing. Then came the beer hoarding.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Airlines Apply For Relief Payments Amid Coronavirus Slowdown
In return for a share of billions of dollars, the companies must say how they expect to pay it back and not lay off workers through Sept. 30, among other restrictions.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Laid-Off Flight Attendants Find New Work Fighting COVID-19
Some airlines largely idled by the coronavirus crisis are beginning to retrain some of their flight crews to assist in hospitals and nursing homes.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Questions About How To Give Back During The Pandemic
Professor of philanthropy Una Osili and Executive Director of the Greater DC Diaper Bank Corinne Cannon answer listener questions about how best to give back during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

More Questions About Charitable Giving During The Pandemic
Professor of philanthropy Una Osili and Executive Director of the Greater DC Diaper Bank Corinne Cannon answer more listener questions about how best to give back during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Walmart To Limit Number Of People Shopping At One Time Because Of Coronavirus
Walmart and other retailers are counting visitors as one way to enforce social distancing and reduce the spread of the virus.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Senator Asks FTC To Investigate Zoom's 'Deceptive' Security Claims
Lawmakers and state attorneys general are scrutinizing the popular video conferencing company for potential violations, after users reported harassment and researchers uncovered security flaws.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Senator: Zoom Deceived Users Over Its Security Claims
Lawmakers and state attorneys general are scrutinizing the popular video conferencing company for potential violations, after users reported harassment and researchers uncovered security flaws.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Whaddaya Knead? Yeast And Baking Powder Top America's Shopping Lists
As stay-at-home orders set in across the country, Americans are still buying more staple foods than normal, but the spikes in purchases are slightly calmer than a few weeks ago.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Wedding Planners And Vendors — Not To Mention Couples — Scramble To Adapt
Wedding planning is already a stressful task without a global pandemic added in the mix. Couples hoping to become newlyweds and those in the wedding industry are trying to navigate this problem.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Barbershops And Personal Care Services Feel The Effects Of Coronavirus Shutdowns
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with owner Frank Holmes on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted his Virginia barbershop, which services members of the Washington Redskins.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Coronavirus Updates: Jobs Report, Mask Science
A dismal jobs report, on top of millions of unemployment claims, paints a dire picture of the economic carnage of the coronavirus. NPR correspondents examine that — and take a look at mask science.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Defense Production Act Would Compel 3M To Change Mask Production And Export
President Trump invoked the Defense Production Act "against" 3M to get the company to make more N95 face masks available to American medical workers.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

European Union Restricts Export Of Medical Gear, Threatening Countries Which Need It
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Anabel González, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, about the European Union's decision to restrict the export of medical gear.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Why Are Stores Are Running Low On Toilet Paper? It's Not Just Hoarding
Why are supermarkets running out of toilet paper? It's partly the same psychology behind a bank run — and partly about bottlenecks in supply chains.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

'We Are Swamped': Coronavirus Propels Interest In Raising Backyard Chickens For Eggs
"We've never seen anything like this and I've been here since 1964," the owner of one hatchery says. For anyone looking to start their own flock, an expert has advice on breeds.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

1 Million Bangladeshi Garment Workers Lose Jobs Amid COVID-19 Economic Fallout
"Please don't give up on us," the president of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association said in a YouTube plea addressed to global buyers. "Kindly do not let go of our hands."

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Food Shortages? Nope, Too Much Food In The Wrong Places
Some Americans, fearing food shortages from COVID-19, have cleaned out supermarket shelves. Yet there's too much food in some places. Farmers are dumping milk and vegetables that they can't sell.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Slammed By Trump, 3M Says N95 Mask Exports From U.S. Should Continue
The president and others have criticized 3M, with some officials alleging profiteering during the COVID-19 pandemic. But the company says cutting exports would be a mistake.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Coronavirus Reset: How To Get Health Insurance Now
Many of the millions of Americans who lost their jobs in recent weeks also lost their health insurance. Others lacked a health plan even before COVID-19 hit. Here's a start to finding help.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Companies Tied To W.Va. Governor To Pay $5 Million In Mining Violations
Coal mining companies linked to billionaire Gov. Jim Justice and his family have agreed to pay the government more than $5 million in delinquent mine safety fines.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Homecare Workers Find Themselves Unemployed Because Of COIVID-19
June Freeman, a homecare worker in San Diego, Calif., sends money to her family in the Philippines. The coronavirus outbreak has put her out of work because clients are now sheltering with family.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Faster Coronavirus Testing May Help To Ease Results Backlog
One of the nation's biggest medical testing companies acknowledged a backlog of at least 115,000 coronavirus tests, illustrating how the nation is struggling to test effectively during the pandemic.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

A Must For Millions, Zoom Has A Dark Side — And An FBI Warning
Federal and state law enforcement are asking questions about Zoom's security and privacy policies, as millions flock to the videoconferencing service for meetings, classes and social gatherings.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

The Coronavirus Small Business Loan Program: What You Need To Know
Congress has made $349 billion available in loans to small businesses, much of which may be forgivable. Here's what to know about how this might work for your small business.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

U.S. Lost 701,000 Jobs In March; Much Worse To Come
For the first time in nearly a decade, the economy suffered a net loss of jobs as the coronavirus began to take hold in the country. The unemployment rate shot up to 4.4%.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 03, 2020

Jobs Data Will Be From Way Back When Things Were Normal: 3 Weeks Ago
Some 10 million people have filed for unemployment since aggressive policies to combat the coronavirus took effect. But the March jobs report will just scratch the surface of the coming collapse.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

SXSW Film Festival Heads to Amazon
The SXSW Film Festival joins other cancelled or postponed film fests looking for alternate ways to screen their movies.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

What Happened Today: Another Unprecedented Jump In Unemployment
An NPR economics reporter answers listener questions about the enormous new unemployment numbers released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Labor.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Video Meeting Platform Zoom Addresses Criticisms As It Sees Explosive Growth In Users
Zoom's founder and CEO addressed some of the company's growing pains as the service saw an unexpected surge in the number of users when people began socially distancing due to COVID-19.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Report: Trump Organization Seeks Financial Help During Coronavirus Outbreak
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with New York Times reporter David Enrich about the Trump Organization seeking financial assistance to help with the effects of the coronavirus epidemic on the company.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Get Money Out To The Economy Quickly, Ex-Treasury Secretary Says
Henry Paulson, who served during the 2008 financial crisis, says sending money rapidly to people and businesses will be the key to limiting damage to the economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Coronavirus Updates: Unemployment Numbers, Democratic National Convention Pushed Back
Last week, more than 6 million jobless Americans sought unemployment benefits. NPR correspondents look at the rising economic fallout from COVID-19 — and the latest science and political news.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

A Record-Shattering 6.6 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week
U.S. Department of Labor statistics show nearly 10 million Americans have claimed unemployment benefits over the last two weeks as businesses shut down due to the coronavirus.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

To Stay Aloft With Federal Aid, Airlines Must Keep Flying
To get a share of $50 billion in aid, airlines must maintain minimal service to where they fly now, and no consolidating flights between carriers.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

An Economic Perspective On The Newest Unemployment Numbers
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Brookings' David Wessel about the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, both globally and in the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Labor Department Reports 6.6 Million Jobless Claims
Jobless claims hit 6.6 million in today's report, doubling the grim milestone reached last week. The numbers are released weekly by the U.S. Department of Labor.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Staggering: Record 10 Million File For Unemployment In 2 Weeks
The staggering number of people claiming jobless benefits set a new record for the second week in a row. Much of the country has been ordered to stay at home, bringing the economy to a lurching halt.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

A Dismal Record: Nearly 10 Million Filed For Unemployment In Last 2 Weeks
The staggering number of people claiming jobless benefits set a new record for the second week in a row. Much of the country has been ordered to stay at home, bringing the economy to a lurching halt.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Federal Relief Aid To Airlines Comes With Strings Attached
The government explains what airlines must do to get a share of $50 billion in aid. It includes maintaining minimal service to where they flow now, and no consolidating flights between carriers.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Planet Money: The Parable Of The Piston
The scramble is on to manufacture new ventilators fast. Our Planet Money team sees what it takes for a company that normally makes auto parts to turn on a dime and make pistons for a ventilators.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Nanny Tries To Figure Out How To Make Up For Lost Work
A nanny in Whitman, Massachusetts, describes how the coronavirus pandemic has put her out of work.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 02, 2020

Grocery Workers Keep America Fed, While Fearing For Their Own Safety
Many low-wage workers with essential jobs — like grocery store cashiers and stockers — can't stay home to protect themselves and their families. The protections they receive vary widely.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

President Trump Offers Drowning Restaurant Industry One Solution: Tax Deductions
The restaurant industry has been scrambling for solutions to save itself during the coronavirus pandemic. President Trump has floated the idea of changing a provision in the 2017 tax law.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

What Happened Today: White House Briefing, Paying Bills, Federal Relief Money
An NPR politics and economics correspondent answers listener questions about the latest from Wednesday's White House briefing, and what to expect from the government relief package.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

T-Mobile Completes Takeover of Rival Company Sprint
Mobile carrier T-Mobile has completed its merger with Sprint, creating a more formidable third rival to AT&T and Verizon. CEO John Legere stepped down as part of the merge.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

One Of The Few Manufacturers Of The Special Swab For Coronavirus Tests Speaks
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Timothy Templet, vice president of Puritan Medical Products, one of the only manufacturers of the swabs needed to test for coronavirus.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

The 1st Of The Month Means Bills Are Due, Even For Coronavirus-Slowed Businesses
Struggling small businesses face a difficult day as first-of-the-month bills come due.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

Swab Manufacturer Works To Meet 'Overwhelming' Demand
Maine-based Puritan Medical Products is one of only two companies that manufacture the type of swabs needed to test for the coronavirus. As testing ramps up, a huge demand has only grown.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

FEMA Hadn't Ordered Ventilators. Manufacturers Forged Ahead Anyway
Medical technology companies — sometimes working with carmakers — have been massively increasing production of ventilators. For two weeks, they've been working without government contracts in hand.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

Factories Feel The Coronavirus Slump
The coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on the nation's factories. Manufacturing activity slumped in March as the virus cut into both supply and demand.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

Nearly Half A Million Companies In Germany File For State Funds To Pay Workers
As Europe's largest economy gets hit with COVID-19, a German government financial aid program will make up some of the lost income for millions of employees.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

Coast Guard Tells Cruise Ships With COVID-19 Cases To Stay Away From U.S. Ports
By registering ships in the Bahamas and other countries, cruise companies can avoid U.S. laws. The Coast Guard says they should seek medical aid from those countries rather than rely on the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

New Survey Shows Manufacturing Activity Slumped In March
New orders, production and employment were all down.These are just some of the ways the coronavirus pandemic and the government's effort to address it are slamming the brakes on the U.S. economy.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

Renters Get Less Protection From Covid-19 Economic Disruptions
The government ordered lenders to let homeowners skip payments if they lost income due to the coronavirus. Landlords, however, can require renters to pay even if they've lost their job.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

'America's Got Talent' Win Could Help Mumbai Group Out Of Poverty
Acrobatic dancers from Mumbai's slums performed to a Bollywood song and wowed the audience. Fame may help them out of poverty. NPR's India producer visited some of their homes.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

U.S. Buys Masks From China While Criticizing It For COVID-19
While Secretary of State Pompeo denounces China for its handling of what he calls the "Wuhan virus," the U.S. is racing to acquire medical masks and other protective equipment from China.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

Financial Strategies To Adopt During Uncertain Times
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Michelle Singletary, who writes about personal finance for The Washington Post, about what people can do during the coronavirus outbreak to ensure more financial security.

NPR Topics: Business
Apr 01, 2020

It's The 1st Of The Month. Renters Are In A Much Tougher Spot Than Homeowners
The government ordered lenders to let homeowners skip payments if they lost income due to the coronavirus. But landlords can require renters to pay even if they've lost their job. And many are.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 31, 2020

Feds Warn Merchants Not Make Coronavirus Treatment Claims
The FDA has sent warning letters to seven marketers of products including essential oils, nasal sprays and herbal concoctions. No treatments or vaccines for COVID-19 have been approved.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 31, 2020

Feds Warn Merchants Against Coronavirus Treatment Claims
The FDA has sent warning letters to seven marketers of products including essential oils, nasal sprays and herbal concoctions. No treatments or vaccines for COVID-19 have been approved.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 31, 2020

Cruise Ship Struggling With COVID-19 Headed To Florida
A cruise ship with four dead and nearly 200 people who have been sick with suspected COVID-19 may dock in Fort Lauderdale if cruise company executives and public officials can agree on a plan.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 31, 2020

Justice Department Looking Into Senator's Stock Sell-Off
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr sold off a large amount of stocks before the coronavirus market crash. The FBI will assess whether he was motivated by nonpublic information.

NPR Topics: Business
Mar 31, 2020

Trump Administration Finalizes Fuel Economy Standards Rollback, A Key Policy Goal
The Trump administration is replacing Obama-era fuel economy standards with weaker ones that will allow for more air pollution. Groups are already lining up to challenge the new rule.

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