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.
People on the social platform say that moderators are deleting comments stating “Black Lives Matter” and stifling discussion about the nation’s protests.
Group 42 helped provide “vital testing materials" to Las Vegas. It also owns an app that has allegedly been used to spy on people.
Instagram Influencing Has Long Had A Diversity Problem. This Blogger Says Now Is The Time For Change.
"You talk about diversity and inclusion and you want to create a platform for black women, but you barely post black women on your feed."
Coronavirus contact tracing apps aren’t government-mandated. But they may be employer-mandated.
Neither platform is more free than the other — but they do have different rules.
Black Influencers Are Calling Out Popular Brands For Failing To Address The Deaths Of Unarmed Black People At The Hands Of The Police
"The memes you guys are posting on your pages are just not gonna cut it. Do more. Don’t just be present when it’s time to be lit, on the 'gram.”
The civil liberties organization is suing the facial recognition company for allegedly violating the privacy of Illinois residents.
Bill Gates Conspiracy Theories Have Circulated For Years. It Took The Coronavirus Pandemic To Turn Him Into A Fake Villain.
After months of conspiracy-mongering, people around the world are demanding Gates be arrested for crimes against humanity. Here’s how things got so bad.
"The amount of random people I’ve followed on Instagram solely in hopes of winning a Peloton is ridiculous."
The Kroger-owned supermarket chain also says the temperature checks aren't medical examinations.
“Somebody give me reasons to be in the SF meatspace vs. somewhere in the forest.”
Using misleading Facebook pages and deceptive ads, ZestAds sold coronavirus masks at wildly inflated prices.
"I want to see them considering the beauty industry as a real industry worth saving," said Mercedes Ortiz-Olivieri, who owns a salon in Washington DC.
A third of Americans expect their households' finances to be worse a year from now.
"How Am I Going To Survive?": A Costco Meatpacking Worker Speaks Of Her Fears As She And Others Labor To Keep Chicken In Stores
As concerns about a meat shortage mount, a meatpacking worker discusses her fear of getting the coronavirus while still needing to work.
The overall jobless rate was 14.7% in April.
Facing numerous lawsuits, the New York startup said it "is cancelling the accounts of every customer who was not either associated with law enforcement or some other federal, state, or local government department, office, or agency.”
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.
Wildlife Traffickers Are Setting Up Fake Zoos On Facebook To Sell The Scales Of Endangered Pangolins
The pages are as easy to find as searching the word “pangolin" in Vietnamese.
"Your actions were selfish, putting your own interests ahead of those of the community in which you live," the judge told salon owner Shelley Luther, who refused to apologize in court.
Amazon Didn’t Pay This Worker Who Tested Positive For The Coronavirus Until A Reporter Asked Questions
Amazon has publicly promised to pay workers who test positive for or are quarantined because of the coronavirus, but some say they haven’t received that money.
The companies say that public health authorities have asked for help in designing what contact tracing apps might look like.
It can’t help that no one has gotten into real pants for months.
The Angry Protest Images From Michigan Don't Tell The Whole Story As The State Decides How To Reopen
The nation is seeing groups of angry protesters, some with face masks and others carrying rifles — on TV and on social media. But many people in the state don't agree on when business should reopen.
"They are allowing up to 600 people in the store at a time. Employees have to dodge people like it's a minefield. It’s just a complete breakdown at every level.”
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.
Work-at-home desks, face shields, and home shopping — here is how these businesses are trying to survive.
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.