COVID-19 deaths topped 1,300 yesterday, with Florida and Georgia registering single-day highs.
Negotiations remained stalled among leaders in Washington, D.C. regarding a fourth rescue package.
Employers are wary of the White House’s deferred payroll order, which will create administrative challenges and could leave them on the hook for employee deferred income tax liabilities when they become due in 2021.
State and local officials are hampered in their pandemic response by data delays and inaccuracies since the federal government ordered hospitals to bypass the CDC and send information directly to the Department of Health and Human Services.
Bars and restaurants are emerging as breeding grounds for community outbreaks of COVID-19.
The federal government entered a $1.5 billion contract with Moderna to provide 100 million doses of its vaccine under development as part of the government’s Warp Speed program.
U.S. companies shed 134,000 IT jobs in July, the first drop in IT employment since the pandemic struck in March. Job postings in the sector also declined.
With global Airbnb bookings returning to pre-pandemic levels, the home-sharing company is planning to go public.
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