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Wedding Business Is Blooming for NYC Garden Venues

Kevin Viloria, an emergency medical technician from Bayside, Queens, endured so much stress and sadness during the peak of the coronavirus crisis that he didn’t…

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Risky business: Helping boardrooms navigate climate change risk

In May, about 20 senior executives from some of Australia’s biggest companies sat down in the Melbourne CBD to learn how climate change might affect…

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Oil crash explained: How are negative oil prices even possible?

It’s hard to believe that the price of any commodity, let alone oil, can dip into negative territory. But that’s just what’s happened to oil prices….

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Q and A with Karen Mills: Former SBA head says the coronavirus pandemic is situation critical for U.S. small businesses

As Americans begin to practice social distancing in response to the coronavirus pandemic — staying home, teleworking in some cases — small businesses are already starting to feel the…

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Small business impacted by coronavirus can apply for $25,000 grants starting on Thursday

Thousands of small business owners in Mississippi can apply for grants up to $25,000 for expenses they incurred in the coronavirus pandemic starting at noon…

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The business of space

Private companies are increasingly active in the space sector – from high-profile businesses such as SpaceX or Virgin Galactic to the nearly 3,000 small businesses…

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Whitmer to spend $60 million of federal money on schools; will consider reopening closed businesses

(The Center Square) – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Wednesday she will allocate $60 million in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act dollars…

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Global business travel will not be killed off by coronavirus – new research

Global business travel has largely ground to a halt during the pandemic. Experts have been raising the alarm that this is the death of business travel as…

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Analysis: What makes a business essential depends on where you sit

Austin has one of the best independent bookstores around. It’s called BookPeople. The general manager is Charley Rejsek, a former Texas Tribune employee who recently…

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Gaping hole in rules lets Eric Pickles keep five-star business dinner ‘private’

The local government secretary, Eric Pickles, attended a dinner with lobbyists and business chiefs at a five-star hotel in London but did not feel obliged…

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