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A number to know: A new factory

$700 million The amount Ford is spending on a new factory to build electric and hybrid electric pickup trucks. READ MORE AT THE VERGE >

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Asana, a software company that helps groups track projects and tasks, filed paperwork for a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange on Monday.  CNBC > Here are the top 7 tech mistakes small businesses make. USA TODAY > With fewer ...

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A number to know: Going to court can save billions

$15 billion The approximate amount Apple doesn’t have to pay Ireland after Europe’s second-highest court ruled in the company’s favor over a long-running tax dispute. READ MORE AT THESTREET >

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A covid-19 vaccine candidate developed in America induced immune responses in all of the volunteers who received it in early human research.  CNN > Many Americans might not get another stimulus check. Here’s where things stand on another COVID-19 bill. USA TODAY ...

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More than 44 million Americans have filed for unemployment since mid-March.  CNN > A second round of coronavirus infections could cripple the global economy’s recovery. NEW YORK POST > Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told the Senate Small Business Committee that  small businesses will need ...

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About a third of people say they are using their stimulus checks to pay bills.  MARKETWATCH > A survey of economists suggests a slow economic recovery. FIVETHIRTYEIGHT > CEO pay has topped $12.3M. Can it keep rising post-pandemic?  AP> What to consider if winding ...

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Must employers ensure a safe workplace? A Q&A on workers’ rights

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The coronavirus pandemic has claimed more than 85,000 lives so far in the U.S. with no vaccine or cure in sight. Nevertheless, with stay-at-home orders lifting across the nation and businesses reopening, many employees will be returning to the workplace ...

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‘The new way’: Businesses pivot by selling care packages, virtual events

Theresa Nemetz, founder and chief experience officer of Milwaukee Food & City Tours, organizes care packages on Thursday. Milwaukee Food & City Tours can't load up buses of strangers to take them on a tour of Milwaukee, so it's created care packages with local items that can be delivered to customers’ doors." (Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

The decision for many businesses during the coronavirus pandemic is to pivot or perish. Some business shifts seem like natural moves — restaurants offering takeout, venues livestreaming concerts or retailers scaling up online sales. Businesses that are based around gathering ...

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