More than 20 million Americans still received unemployment benefits in the week ended Feb. 20.
Due to the widespread lockdown instated to contain the spread of COVID-19, retail sales had plunged 14.7 percent in April, following an already unprecedented 8.2 percent drop in March.
By waiving duties for electric vehicles, Norway is effectively subsidizing EV purchases at a level that a larger country such as the U.S. couldn’t afford.
Pinterest has seen steady growth over the past few years, almost tripling its user base since 2016.
With severe limitations to international travel still in place in early February, the IATA expects 2021 to be another down year for battered passenger airlines.
Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple spent a combined total of $51.7 million on D.C. lobbying over the past twelve months, up 29 percent from 2015 and nearly 500 percent compared to 2010.
The world’s most popular video streaming service now has 203.7 million paid subscribers around the world, with international customers now outnumbering those located in North America by more than 50 million.
The mood within the cannabis industry has lightened significantly since the election in November, with the announcement of the Tilray-Aphria merger further fueling a year-end rally for pot stocks.
COVID-19 has thrown the world economy off its growth trajectory and it is not expected to surpass pre-pandemic output before 2022.
The food services industry has been hit incredibly hard by the pandemic, losing $130 billion in sales between March and October as a result of mandated closures and capacity limits.
More than 20 million Americans still received unemployment benefits in the week ended Oct. 31, illustrating that the jobs crisis, which has fallen out of focus a bit lately, is still far from over.
Having historically outsold Xbox consoles, sometimes by a significant margin, the PlayStation brand seems too strong for Microsoft to beat.
As the chart shows, Google’s dominance over the U.S. search market can in fact be described as monopolistic.
Why does the employment rate stand at 13.3% when almost half the adult population doesn’t have a job?