Attitudes towards the environment are ever-changing, as people seek greener solutions to preserve the planet. And one measure of that is the growing popularity of electric cars. In Mexico, one innovative car company is seeking to tackle not only the country’s environmental problems, but important […]
More than 110,000 U.S. restaurants, had to close between March 2020 and this January- that’s according to an industry association. See how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the restaurant industry in the U.S.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen calls climate change an existential threat to not only the environment, but to the economy. The Biden administration will face challenges getting all sectors of the economy on board. See the latest.
Johnson & Johnson vaccines are on hold at vaccination centers across the U.S. on Tuesday after six women out of the almost seven million people inoculated developed rare blood clots. Find out more as Giles Gibson reports from Washington D.C.
Indoor fitness studios in New York City have been allowed to reopen marking a big step forward for a sector hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. But over the past year fitness habits have changed with more people investing in at-home workout equipment. Now gyms […]
Venezuela’s central bank has announced it is issuing new banknotes, with the highest denominations in the country’s history, as the country struggles to cope with a chronic cash shortage after almost 3 years of hyperinflation. What does this mean to the country?
For nearly 35 years now, the hugely popular South by Southwest festival has celebrated the arts, tech, culture and all things creative in Austin, Texas. This opportunity for sensory overload takes over the town each March.
Chinese President Xi Jinping called for cooperation rather than confrontation when talking to U.S. President Joe Biden over the phone last month. What will U.S.-China relationship look like in the Biden era?
What does dual listings mean? Chinese companies have traded their stocks on different exchanges, known as secondary listings after former U.S. president Donald Trump signed a law that removed some Chinese companies from American stock exchanges.
When will children be able to receive COVID-19 vaccines? People around the world are getting jabs of COVID-19 vaccines, but children are not yet authorized for vaccines. Clinical trials are currently underway to monitor their impact on young people.
U.S. President Joe Biden and other Democrats wants to raise the federal minimum wage from the current $7.25 to $15 an hour by 2025. But some lawmakers, both Republican and Democrat are opposed saying higher wages will lead to job cuts.
Many small businesses in the U.S. closed due to COVID-19 pandemic. There’s one success story can be found in Chicago after a program linked to The University of Chicago helped some local businesses pivot through the crisis.
Online chatrooms and social media has helped fuel a trading frenzy sending some retail store stocks soaring recently. Some analysts believe this form of trading activity won’t end with GameStop. See what’s happening with GameStop and the stock market.
Ford Motor has announced that it will close its three plants in Brazil this year as the COVID-19 pandemic amplified the company’s under use of its manufacturing capacity. See how the COVID-19 impacts the global production and flow of cars.
With online platforms are opening up trading to a wider audience, buying stocks is now just a swipe or a click away. But there are concerns that young, inexperienced investors can get themselves in too deep. While StockTok is helping young people to educate themselves about money, financial advisors also fear social media buzz around investing is creating a gold rush.
The world’s largest consumer electronics show, CES, has officially wrapped up. And for the first time ever, it was completely online. Take a look at how the week went and some of the unique gadgetry you may have missed.
This week we’ve been looking at the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the U.S. working world. More and more people who are able to are now doing their jobs from home and the trend may well outlive the pandemic. Will that mean more […]
The rollout of vaccines been much slower than initially expected in the U.S. The head of Operation Warp Speed blames individual states. But at least five U.S. states say they received less than half the doses they were allocated by Operation Warp Speed.
A variety of factors including the pandemic, an inability to obtain students visas and politics contributed to a record low enrollment by international students. See how international student enrollment decrease impacts U.S. economy.
The COVID-19 pandemic outbreak has forced many businesses to close in Venezuela. The country is in the seventh year of one of the deepest recessions ever recorded in the world. Venezuelans head out to sea, fishing for survival amid crisis.
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