Monthly Archives : March 2020

Unemployment numbers outpacing the government efforts

The deterioration of the economy of United States has been quicker than what had been anticipated some days ago as there were extraordinary measures designed for the curbing of coronavirus and keeping the Americans inside their homes and causing an almost complete business shutdown. In a period of 24 hours, the governors of three of…Continue Reading…

Uncertainty still exists over the coronavirus impact on unemployment

The course of the pandemic that is coronavirus is still unpredictable and the forecasters have been using their models for the making a few guesses about exactly how bad the damage is going to be. The forecasts can be summed in one word, threatening. The experts have expected that the economy is going to shrink…Continue Reading…

Trump administration soliciting the tariffs imposed on Chinese goods

On Friday, the Trump administration had said that it was in the process of soliciting the public comments on the lifting of the additional tariffs on the imports from China and this may help the country in battling the recession which the United States has been expected to see and showing a bit of flexibility…Continue Reading…

Netflix and Prime video to reduce streaming equality

The Movie and TV people have been getting used to a reduced level of image quality when they stream their favorite services for some time at least. Both Amazon as well as YouTube have confirmed on this Friday that they are going to be reducing the video streaming in the European Union for ensuring that…Continue Reading…

Study says, burnout is related to potentially fatal uneven heartbeat

Apparently, as suggested by a new research, if you are undergoing bone-deep physical or mental exhaustion, or which is also named as burnout, you might be at an augmented risk for a possibly lethal heart stake. Atrial fibrillation, mainly recognized as AF or AFib, is the most mutual heart rhythm illness and the foremost reason…Continue Reading…

Retail stores announce change of operating hours

The shoppers have been going quickly to the grocery stores for the stocking up on the essential supplies like the cases continuing to be rising in United States which caused the gridlocks in parking lots and inside the store aisles. The items such as hand sanitizers, toilet paper, rubbing alcohol, hand soap, canned goods and…Continue Reading…

Resorts closing down due to coronavirus

On Saturday, Vail Resorts had announced that their North American resorts are going to be closed on Sunday the 22nd of March as per the news release which is coming from the Rob Katz. Within an hour, the Alterra Mountain Co. followed suit on Saturday that it is going to close the 15 of its…Continue Reading…

The legacy of coronavirus looking like it is going to be there for ages

Every time an economy receives a shock, there is a legacy which is left. The deadly coronavirus is going to be no different. Great depression has spurred the waste not want not kind of attitude which defined the patterns of consumers for many decades. Hyperinflation which happened in the Weimar Republic is still something that…Continue Reading…

United States might not be as independent as Donald Trump perceives when it comes to oil

There have been reports that the United States right now is energy independent with the president Donald Trump mentioning this on the 8th of January when he had announced the new sanctions which were going to be put in place on Iran and this it is also true that the new technology has been making…Continue Reading…

Uber changing its regulations to comply with the AB5

The year is 2020 and it means that the Assembly Bill 5 in California, which was a law that had been passed in the previous year and had been designed for improving the livelihood of the gig workers has come into effect and Uber has become the first company that is trying to take steps…Continue Reading…