As Airlines Accept Federal Aid The Treasury Department Is Asking How They Expect To Pay It BackThe economic-relief bill passed last week gives the Treasury Secretary the power to take an equity stake in airlines that get taxpayer help.
Judge Blocks Dallas Employee Sick Leave Ordinance Set To Begin April 1A judge has stopped the City of Dallas from enforcing an ordinance that requires private businesses to offer paid sick leave.
Grocery Stores Evolve With The Times Imposing New Limits And Safety Measures During Coronavirus OutbreakMany stores are limiting the number of items people can buy to control some of the hoarding of supplies including toilet paper.
Web Page Launched To Connect Dallas Area Workers Impacted By Coronavirus Shutdowns To Jobs, ResourcesThe online jobs page includes listings broken down by sector, including hospitals, pharmacies, grocery stores, food service and warehouses.
Macy's Furloughing Most Of Its 130K Employees Because Of Coronavirus Store ClosuresAffecting employees at more than a dozen stores in North Texas, Macy's is furloughing a majority of its 125,000 employees because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Not The Chicks And Bunnies! Peeps’ Parent Company Halts Production Due To COVID-19In response to the coronavirus pandemic Just Born, the company behind Peeps candy, is suspending production at it's U.S. plants.
Southwest Airlines Cuts 1,500 Daily Flights Because Of Travel Declines Caused By The CoronavirusWith Dallas Love Field Airport and hundreds of others across the country virtually empty, Southwest made the decision to cancel 1,500 flights each day.
DoorDash Helping Families In Need & COVID-19 Victims, Donates $150K To Mavs FoundationHome delivery service DoorDash has partnered with the Dallas Mavericks to support local restaurants and businesses still open during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ford Recalls 250K+ Cars In U.S. States With High Temperatures To Fix Door LatchesThe Ford Motor Company is recalling more than 250,000 cars in the U.S. to fix doors that could open unexpectedly or may not close properly.
U.S. Could Lose 14 Million Jobs: Are We Entering A Depression?The Federal Reserve of St. Louis estimates the nation's jobless rate could hit a staggering 32% within months.
Albertsons, Kroger, Tom Thumb And Walmart Adding Sneeze Guards At Checkout LanesAlbertsons, Kroger, Tom Thumb and Walmart are all installing sneeze guards at checkout lanes and customer service counters to help protect customers and their employees from the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Fears Continue To Undercut Travel, Leaving Many Airline Flights Nearly Empty
Here Are 700,000 Open Jobs That Need To Be Filled ASAPThe COVID-19 pandemic is driving a surge in hiring at businesses seeing an upsurge in demand for their products and services because of the outbreak.
Farmers Branch Mayor Robert Dye Reimbursing Meals Bought From Local RestaurantsMayor Robert Dye has started an effort he calls, "Meals on the Mayor" in which he reimburses people up to $25.
Bonuses And Added Benefits For CVS Employees Working Through COVID-19 PandemicToday CVS Health announced they are doing what they can to assist employees working in essential roles as they continue to go to work.