Katrina Thompkins opened her e-commerce store, K’dara CBD, just as the coronavirus crisis was starting to take hold in the U.S.
The renowned singer employed her signature outside-the-box thinking to keep performing and paying her team amid the coronavirus crisis.
With summer plans upended for many families, some programs led by women try to offer a semblance of normalcy.
Reopening requires a mix of high-tech and low-tech tools, says Barbara Weltman of Big Ideas for Small Business.
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Our expert Deborah Sweeney provides this guide to understanding the furlough process for employers and employees.
The iconic fashion brand has taken a giant hit, laying off most of its staff and closing several retail locations.
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The former FLOTUS gave a virtual commencement address, urging 2020 graduates to speak up – and act – through the pandemic and racial uprising.
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As the nation’s restaurants slowly get back to business amid the coronavirus crisis, we speak to owners about the process of re-opening.
Opening the doors won’t be easy, but companies can learn to operate safely for employees and customers, writes Barbara Weltman.
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