Forty-two million people have filed for unemployment. But last week applications for mortgages on new homes were up 17.5% compared to a year ago.
More than 11,000 people have been arrested since the George Floyd protests began; just one US banker was sentenced to prison for the 2008 financial crisis.
“The take-home pay is completely ludicrous for what we do.”
Even If You're Trying To Avoid Grubhub By Calling Your Favorite Restaurant Directly, Grubhub Could Still Be Charging It A Fee
“If a customer calls to place a coffee order, we’re paying a $6.42 fee — for a coffee.”
A third of Americans expect their households' finances to be worse a year from now.
The overall jobless rate was 14.7% in April.
Restaurants expect to lose $240 billion by the end of the year, but for Grubhub, “COVID-19 is a net tailwind” for now.
In the first months of the coronavirus pandemic, more than a million health care workers have lost their jobs. Hospitals expect to lose $202.6 billion by June.
It can’t help that no one has gotten into real pants for months.
As renters and landlords seek more government relief in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the larger crisis of housing affordability looms.
By early June, 90% of US stores will be open for to-go and delivery orders. Seating will remain closed.
Georgia, Tennessee, And Alaska Want Restaurants To Reopen — McDonald’s, Chick-Fil-A, And Dunkin’ Are Saying Not So Fast.
The socially distanced future of eating out is coming, but it isn't here quite yet.
Our love affair with salad in the 2010s got a lot of people sick. Maybe it’s time to end our relationship with lettuce as we know it.
This Teacher Makes $40,000 A Year. This Lawyer Makes $210,000 A Year. That Explains The American Economy.
A decade after the great recession, our politics are different, but our finances are worse.
We asked BuzzFeed News writers to nominate the TV and movie characters who defined the 2010s. Here are our picks for the characters who will stick with us from this decade.
Get ready for a listing boom over the next 20 years in retirement destinations like Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and Tucson.
Some of these things may change your life. Or not.
All those headlines, all the jokes, all the misrepresentations about America's most deliciously hateable adults — they’re fake, people.
“The harsh reality is that credit cards make it easier to justify overspending."
Students Are Going To Law School For Three Years To Get Executive JDs, But None Of Them Are Becoming Lawyers
A little-known and lightly regulated online school is offering students a three-year degree in the law with just one catch: They won’t be allowed to be lawyers after they graduate.