It’s easy to assume that someone who decided to go into business in recent months couldn't have picked a less opportune time. However, some businesses are benefiting from the global crisis instead of hanging on for dear life. In fact, during the first month of this pandemic, Amazon’s net worth was reported to have increased by $24 billion.
The way the world works has changed over the last few months, and changes in work schedules have had quite an impact on all aspects of our lives. Most significantly, mental well-being has taken a hit: widespread shutdowns have limited mobility, and constant isolation has begun to affect some household relationships.
In the first quarter of 2020, online spending represented 16.2% of total retail sales according to the data released by the US Department of Commerce.
According to one recent travel insurance case, a customer wanted to recover the loss she faced because her trip was canceled. When she approached her travel insurance company, they refused and claimed that they did not cover anything related to the global pandemic.
The novel coronavirus has caused a widespread alteration in regular life around the world. Many businesses have already permanently closed their doors, with companies and businesses in hospitality, tourism, arts and entertainment, and beauty and cosmetics seeing a sharp decline in annual revenue.
With the presidential elections around the corner, social media giant Facebook has opted for new modifications around the political information found on their social media platforms.
Jay Kamhi, the 59-year-old founder of Kamhi World Toys, has been an entrepreneur since he was a teenager, spending the first 20 years as a vendor on the streets of New York.
It is no longer a debate that everyone must do their part to help preserve the planet on both the individual and the industry level — it is a fact. According to the UNF Center for Sustainable Practices, building a sustainable business is based on three principles: people, planet, and profit.
The are several benefits to owning a credit card, such as keeping track of your transactions, building a credit score, borrowing without paying interest. The list is endless, so you should check out these options and get a credit card right away.
Today, most venture capitalists offer much more than funding and understand that budding entrepreneurs also need support through inspiration and incentives, no matter their background, culture, or gender.
All marketers want to be in on the latest techniques that can deliver maximum efficiency and competitive advantage. Want to up your game too? The latest marketing research indicates that the objective goals of startups and small businesses are to increase sales and maximize their profits.
House Democrats passed a largely symbolic bill last May rolling back two controversial tax provisions that had been slipped into the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
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With thousands set to return to work, the focus now needs to be on how business owners can help their employees in these unprecedented times. Stress is something that has no benefit to anyone. So, how can business owners and workers kill stress and boost productivity in the office? This question is especially important after such a long lay off; the need to motivate your employees is arguably more challenging than ever.
Companies with fewer than one hundred team members, self-employed individuals, and sole proprietors have all been looking forward to the new revival of the Paycheck Protection Program.
The world's wealthiest CEOs rake in millions to billions every year with their success stories. From Arora to Zaslav, we’ve compiled a list of the highest-paid CEOs of 2020 and their notable feats.
The current global health crisis has been devastating to many businesses. Regular working hours are decreasing, employees are being laid-off due to a lack of necessity, and team members are finding themselves staring at a computer screen with little motivation for non-existent work.