No small business could’ve prepared for this. Washington needs to give small businesses a genuine, real chance to survive.
American conservatives should not be cheering for concentrating power in the hands of a few, whether those few are politicians or business owners. Big business and big government always collude.
If the Labor Department is inclined to look into other companies, its staff would likely be very busy rooting out similar racist practices.
American Airlines announced Tuesday it would be laying off 19,000 employees once federal support from the CARES Act expires in October.
Leaked audio from a Goodyear diversity training in Kansas shows the company lied this week when it denied reports of discriminatory programming.
As if the endless suffering of 2020 weren’t enough, Madison’s State Street businesses learned Tuesday the Big 10 is canceling its fall sports season.
“Executives build woke, progressive brands for American consumers, but happily outsource labor to Chinese concentration camps,” Sen. Hawley said.
Liberals claim they care about Hispanics, yet they’re trying to ‘cancel’ a company that means so much to people like my family and me.
For decades, corporate America vainly hoped that money, press releases, and choice divestments could virtue-signal them out of the mob’s cross-hairs and even hurt their competitors. None of it saves them.
‘If you have a leader that will take too much authority in a time of crisis, that’s when we lose our freedom and our liberties,’ said Gov. Kristi Noem.
Starting life before there was a town as four walls and some dry goods for fur trappers, it served its first beer just 19 years after the town was founded and near-half a century before it was incorporated.
‘There’s no one in the U.S. that does what we do. That would leave the option of really going to Asia…and there’s no chance that they can deliver the kind of quality that we do.’
‘The weight to having a family business,’ Raymond says while guiding me through massive walk-in freezers holding a fraction of their capacity, ‘is you don’t want to be the one who fails.’
Humans and business owners make smart choices in order to slow the spread of a disease and will continue to do so without the help of the nanny-state.
Allowing delivery but not in-house service makes no sense: ‘The food is being made in the same kitchens. That food is going to households. The virus can live on surface areas.’
Regardless of its cultural and social significance, Ben’s Chili Bowl is not immune to the economic pressure of COVID-19.
The digital media outlet Axios recieved $5 million in loans from the Small Business Associaton’s Paycheck Protection Program. That’s more than $25,000 per employee.
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