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Erin Lowry Special to USA TODAY Published 10:54 AM EDT Apr 8, 2020 The Warren Buffett meme with versions of the legendary investor’s advice to be fearful when others are greedy, and to be greedy when others are fearful, has been making the rounds on social media as the markets have rocked and rolled over the last few
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Ledyard King USA TODAY Published 12:38 AM EDT Apr 8, 2020 WASHINGTON – Sen. Marco Rubio rejects President Donald Trump’s characterization that federal efforts to help small businesses survive the coronavirus crisis have been “flawless,” but the Florida Republican said the situation is improving and Congress should approve at least $200 billion more to meet a continuing “stampede” of
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Brett Molina USA TODAY Published 6:12 PM EDT Apr 7, 2020 Auto insurance companies including Allstate, Geico, and Liberty Mutual said they will give policyholders millions of dollars back because Americans are driving less during the coronavirus pandemic. On Tuesday, Geico said auto and motorcycle policyholders will receive a 15% credit. The auto insurer estimates
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Brett Molina USA TODAY Published 10:33 AM EDT Apr 7, 2020 Earl Graves Sr., the founder and publisher of Black Enterprise and iconic entrepreneur in the black community, has died. Graves’ son, Earl “Butch” Graves Jr., confirmed his father’s passing in a post on Twitter, saying he died after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. According to
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Dalvin Brown USA TODAY Published 7:31 PM EDT Apr 5, 2020 Two Walmart employees in the Chicago area died from the coronavirus, prompting the retailer to adopt additional safety measures in the wake of the pandemic. Neither of the two workers had been at the Evergreen Park store for at least a week, Walmart said in a statement on Sunday. It’s unclear
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Lillian Mongeau The Hechinger Report Published 9:03 AM EDT Apr 5, 2020 This story about child care services was produced by The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education. Sign up for the Hechinger newsletter. MaryLou Beaver loves her job. She’s spent her 35-year career teaching preschoolers, and
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Kelly Tyko USA TODAY Published 9:56 PM EDT Apr 4, 2020 COVID-19 is bringing a quantum shift to the way America shops. As the nation continues to grapple with the growing coronavirus crisis, retailers including Walmart, Target and Costco are limiting how many shoppers can enter stores to encourage social distancing. Some retailers are taking limits even further. Wisconsin-based Menards
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Jamie L. LaReau Detroit Free Press Published 3:58 PM EDT Mar 31, 2020 General Motors is working with the United Auto Workers to call in at least two dozen paid volunteers from its hourly workforce to make millions of face masks at its once-shuttered Warren Transmission plant in Michigan. GM will start making the masks on Monday. By Wednesday, April
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