Lumber prices have tripled in a year as demand for building supplies remains high, but builders fear the prices will hit a point where consumers will not be able to sustain. Builders had hoped the prices would have subsided by spring, but the reality is the opposite.
This week marks the launch of the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program which is a collaborative effort between the federal government and state health officials to provide free COVID-19 vaccinations at participating pharmacies.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is helping communities to fight COVID-19. The organization explained how the private sector and our local community is playing a role in bringing science and technology to the battle against the virus.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce released its report on the state of American business and what needs to be done to make sure business owners can get back on their feet following a rough last year amid the pandemic.
IBM has been working to address the complex challenges of returning the work and has a new initiative that includes technologies and protocols to help firms bring their employees back to the workplace, and re-imagine the office for the long term.
Nearly half of Americans whose families experienced a layoff during the coronavirus pandemic now believe those jobs are lost forever, a new poll shows, as temporary cutbacks give way to shuttered businesses, bankruptcies and lasting payroll cuts.
With more than 16 million Americans now jobless, many people await promised federal payments — a key part of the U.S. government's $2.2 trillion economic relief package in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A quarter of borrowers who take out student loans end up defaulting within five years, while many of the people who pause or defer payments due to hardships end up paying more than they originally would've owed, according to a study from the Pew Charitable Trusts.