Florida’s daily infection rate surpassed 10,000 yesterday. Miami-Dade County, which has the highest infection rate in the state, issued an emergency order mandating masks in all public spaces, including outdoors. Area beaches are closed for the July Fourth holiday.
Lincoln Motor is retiring its iconic Continental model, its last sedan, which first appeared in 1939 and was revived in 2017. The company will focus on SUVs going forward.
Coke is killing its Odwalla juice brand in another example of consumer product companies paring their brand offerings during the pandemic.
Companies are encouraging reluctant employees to take vacation both to relieve stress and avoid a year-end crunch of time offs.
The global Plastic Free July movement, which involves millions of people in 177 countries, this year is encountering pandemic pressures that have increased the use of single-use plastics to further health and safety.
Brazil’s manufacturing sector expanded in June for the first time in four months, according to the IHS Purchasing Managers Index (PMI), which registered 51.6. Readings above 50 signal expansion.
The U.K.’s manufacturing sector also inched into expansion territory in June, with a 50.1 PMI rating.
Germany’s manufacturing sector improved in June with a PMI ranking of 45.2, a three-month high, but remained in contraction.
Motorcycle sales are rising in Asia and Europe as commuters seek alternatives to public transportation.
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