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Retailers Reeling From Coronavirus Pandemic | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

Thousands of retailers are closed right now, some unsure of if they’ll reopen. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by Matthew Shay to discuss what’s next for an industry that was already struggling before the pandemic. Aired on 4/1/2020.
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Retailers Reeling From Coronavirus Pandemic | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

COVID-19: Organised crime group ‘adapting’ with ‘new crime trends’, Interpol warns

The head of the law enforcement agency says thousands of fake medical items have been seized and warned against telephone fraud.… READ MORE : https://www.euronews.com/2020/03/30/covid-19-organised-crime-group-adapting-with-new-crime-trends-interpol-warns What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news … read more

Trump Pushes to Knock Hundreds of Thousands Off Food Stamps While COVID-19 Death Toll Rises

Trump Pushes to Knock Hundreds of Thousands Off Food Stamps While COVID-19 Death Toll Rises While U.S. unemployment claims are shattering an all-time record, due to the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump’s administration is continuing its attempts to throw hundreds of … read more

GM slashes salaries for thousands during coronavirus pandemic

GM slashes salaries for thousands during coronavirus pandemic General Motors is temporarily cutting pay for thousands of salaried workers to save cash during the coronavirus crisis. The Detroit-based automaker’s roughly 69,000 white-collar employees will defer 20 percent of their cash … read more

Cheesecake Factory furloughs thousands of workers as coronavirus shuts restaurants

Cheesecake Factory furloughs thousands of workers as coronavirus shuts restaurants The Cheesecake Factory has sidelined nearly all of its restaurant workers, without pay, as the coronavirus crisis shutters some of its eateries, records show. The California-based chain has furloughed about … read more

Jerry Falwell, Jr. Announces Liberty University Will Reopen This Week

Jerry Falwell, Jr. Announces Liberty University Will Reopen This Week As thousands of colleges across the country have shut their doors and transitioned to online learning thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, at least one college plans to resume operation: Liberty … read more

Trump worries US will see ‘suicides by the thousands’ if coronavirus devastates economy

Trump worries US will see ‘suicides by the thousands’ if coronavirus devastates economy Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. In a Fox News virtual town hall Tuesday, President Trump expressed concern that … read more

Bethenny Frankel manufacturing, donating coronavirus kits and masks to thousands of health care workers

Bethenny Frankel manufacturing, donating coronavirus kits and masks to thousands of health care workers Bethenny Frankel revealed that she’s manufacturing and donating hundreds of thousands of supplies, including surgical masks. to people at a high risk for contracting coronavirus — including … read more

Thousands of stolen coronavirus respirator masks found in Oregon, donated to hospitals as arrest made

Thousands of stolen coronavirus respirator masks found in Oregon, donated to hospitals as arrest made Thousands of stolen respirator masks have been recovered in Oregon after they were discovered for sale on Craigslist amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to officials. … read more

Starbucks is closing thousands of cafe-only stores across the US, keeping drive-thrus open and paying workers for 30 days whether they come to work or not

Starbucks is closing thousands of cafe-only stores across the US, keeping drive-thrus open and paying workers for 30 days whether they come to work or not Chairs stacked in a Starbucks coffee shop that remained open for customers purchasing takeout … read more

State Department Warns Americans Not To Travel Overseas | NBC Nightly News

As countries close their borders, tourists, including thousands of Americans, are stranded and struggling to find a way back to the U.S. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews NBC News Digital is a collection … read more

Pence says admin has identified ‘tens of thousands’ of ventilators that can be converted to treat coronavirus patients

Pence says admin has identified ‘tens of thousands’ of ventilators that can be converted to treat coronavirus patients Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday announced that thousands of ventilators have been located and will be converted to treat coronavirus patients. … read more

Illinois expects to get ‘thousands and thousands’ of coronavirus tests in next few days, Pritzker says

Illinois expects to get ‘thousands and thousands’ of coronavirus tests in next few days, Pritzker says Ashlee Rezin Garcia / Sun-Times During a news conference Wednesday in Murphysboro, the governor said obtaining testing kits has been “the biggest challenge” officials … read more

Illinois’ 2020 primary leaves hundreds of thousands of ballots still to be counted in Chicago alone

Illinois’ 2020 primary leaves hundreds of thousands of ballots still to be counted in Chicago alone John Davis, a polling judge volunteer, sanitizes an electronic voting machine screen amid concerns about the COVID-19 coronavirus at a polling place in Bronzeville … read more