Medical Glove Factories Cut Capacity Just When It’s Most Needed

(Associated Press) Malaysia's medical glove factories, which make most of the world's critical hand protection, are operating at half capacity just when...

Boober Eats: Strip Club Shut Down Over Coronavirus Now Delivers Food

(The Oregonian) Portland finds a way. Close down her strip clubs, and dancers will do delivery. That’s what’s happening...

Pandemic Postcard from California: “Wish You Weren’t Here”

(Associated Press) California has sold itself to the world with images of endless sunshine, the splendor of its natural beauty and iconic...

Fed to Buy Unlimited Government Debt and Lend to Businesses

(Associated Press) In its boldest effort to protect the U.S. economy from the coronavirus, the Federal Reserve says it will buy as...

Home Sales Could Plunge 35%

(Associated Press) Economic and housing market trends at the start of the year both favored U.S. homebuilders' prospects for solid sales in...

Target Apologizes for Selling Face Masks Amid Shortage

(Associated Press) Target Corp. apologized Saturday for selling face masks in Seattle stores while hospitals face a dire shortage amid a...

Dutch Destroy Millions of Flowers as Sales Wilt

(AFP) It's tulip season in The Netherlands but this year growers are destroying millions of flowers a day, in unprecedented scenes as...

Nursing Home Outbreaks Lay Bare Chronic Industry Problems

(Associated Press) Burgeoning coronavirus outbreaks at nursing homes in Washington, Illinois, New Jersey and elsewhere are laying bare the industry's long-running problems,...

Drive-In Movie Theaters Are Suddenly Back in Demand

(Associated Press) The drive-in theater, long a dwindling nostalgia act in a multiplex world, is experiencing a momentary return to prominence.

$10 Toilet Paper? Chain Stores Accused of Coronavirus Gouging

(Associated Press) One store advertised hand sanitizer at $60 a bottle. Another was accused of hawking it at $1 a squirt. Chain...
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