signs about social distancing and other protocols are seen about Universal Studios theme park as guests walk by

Florida Records Spike In COVID-19 Cases As Much Of State Reopens

The state also reported 41 new deaths Thursday.

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President Trump Signs Legislation For Increased PPP Flexibility

1:05A cashier waits on a customer at the Presidente Supermarket in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami
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U.S. Unemployment Rate Unexpectedly Falls To 13.3% After May Job Gains

1:00U.S. Capitol
AP / J. Scott Applewhite

Senate Passes Legislation For Increased PPP Flexibility

0:37A passenger walks through a terminal at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
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Government Allows Airlines To Stop Service To Some Airports

3:58A worker at Kimmie Candy.
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Small Banks Make Outsized Impact In PPP Applications

1:11Nike ad says "For once, Don't Do It."
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Nike Ad Urges People To Speak Up About Racism

1:01The Renault plant is pictured Friday, May 29, 2020 in Choisy-le-Roi, outside Paris.
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Renault To Cut Nearly 15,000 Jobs

0:48Boeing 737 engines
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Boeing Announces Thousands Of Job Cuts

1:30Jammed traffic on Hollywood Freeway in Los Angeles in December, 2018.
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Twenty-Three States Sue Administration Over Fuel Efficiency Rollback

1:03Nissan vehicles
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Nissan To Close Plants In Spain And Indonesia

1:27EasyJet airplanes
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EasyJet To Cut 30% Of Its Workforce Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

1:08Volkswagen logo on a manufacturing plant
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Volkswagen Loses Landmark Emissions Scandal Case

1:25Cinderella's Castle in Walt Disney World
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Walt Disney World To Begin Phased Reopening In July

0:36A skycap stands next to an Amtrak train.
Mary Altaffer / AP

Amtrak Seeks $1.5 Billion Bailout

0:58Boeing 737 engines stand at one of the company's factories.
Stephen Brashear / AP

Boeing To Announce Job Cuts

0:53French President Emmanuel Macron
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France Unveils $8.8 Billion Plan To Save Its Auto Industry

3:08The "6 Feet Office" prototype by Cushman & Wakefield
Cushman & Wakefield

Back To Work: Redesigning The Office Workspace

1:02Merck corporate headquarters in Kenilworth, N.J.
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U.S. Drugmaker Merck Enters Vaccine Race With 2 New Partnerships

0:50Rental vehicles are parked outside a Hertz car rental office.
David Zalubowski / AP

Hertz Files For Bankruptcy Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

2:29San Francisco is one of the most popular cities among millennials
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Pandemic Could Curb Millennial Appetite For The City

0:53The outside of a Macy's store.
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Macy's Slated To Lose $1.1 Billion In Its First Quarter

1:01Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
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Zuckerberg Projects Half Of Facebook Employees Could Be Remote By 2030

1:04Tesla CEO Elon Musk
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Tesla Drops Lawsuit Against Alameda County Over Reopening

1:32Johnson's baby powder
Jeff Chiu / AP

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talc-Based Baby Powder In North America

1:19McDonald's workers protest what they say is a lack of personal protective equipment for COVID-19
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McDonald's Workers Strike Over COVID-19 Concerns

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Why The Stock Market Is Up While The Economy Is Down

2:44Disney Springs in Orlando Florida
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Disney Reopens Shopping Complex: Disney Springs

0:55A CVS Pharmacy employee bagging a purchase
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CVS Returning $43 Million In Coronavirus Funding

0:48Pier 1 Imports storefront
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Pier 1 Imports To Close All Stores Permanently After Nearly 60 Years

1:52Closed J.C. Penney store
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J.C. Penney Closing Stores After Filing For Bankruptcy