KEY POINTS More than 16 million Americans have now lost their jobs in three weeks. If you compare those claims to the 151 million people on payrolls in the last monthly employment report, that means the U.S. has lost 10% of the workforce in three weeks. An additional 6.6 million...
You may have once pulled your credit report and noticed something called a “hard inquiry.” If you’re new to seeing this, it’s most likely because you applied for credit within the last two years — whether it was for a new credit card or a loan. Before you dismiss the two-word phrase,...
To the Pre-Meds, it’s important to emphasize that plastic surgery is probably not what they think it is.  The public generally thinks of aesthetic practices (cosmetic medicine) as plastic surgery. Much of plastic surgery is reconstructive, including everything from cleft lip and palate repair (craniofacial) to hand trauma to cancer...
While most Americans will receive a coronavirus stimulus check based on their tax returns, the IRS is urging certain groups that do not typically file taxes to do so as soon as they can in order to receive a payment. The 10 million Americans who do not file returns because...
Framing designer Leticia Bartelle Lorenzoni searches Social Security services on the internet in her house after losing her job at a framing art gallery, during the coronavirus outbreak, in Los Angeles, California on April 1, 2020. APU GOMES Many Americans, now more than ever, are learning how to stretch their dollars. Faced...
What do toilet paper and freezers have in common? People are stocking up on them. When people go to the grocery store and see empty shelves in the meat department, they start to feel a food insecurity. This causes people to buy even more meat. Shortages create shortages. This feeling of scarcity has...
Banking CEO David Velez says it is vital that bosses appoint staff who have experience of working in that industry.
Tensions are rising as city dwellers flock to resort communities like the Hamptons, Martha's Vineyard and Newport, Rhode Island, looking for a respite from coronavirus hotspots. But some year-round residents fear the influx of people will spread the virus and stretch local resources thin. In Southold, New York, on the...