Coronavirus Relief: Small Businesses Say They ‘Didn’t Get A Fighting Chance’ From Federal ProgramSmall businesses impacted by the coronavirus have been struggling to get help. Banks say money set aside by Congress ran out within minutes, and as lawmakers look to put in more cash, business owners are hoping they won’t be left out. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Neiman Marcus Reportedly Considering BankruptcyAccording to Reuters, the high-end department store could file for bankruptcy as soon as this week.
Businesses Reinventing Themselves, Staying Connected To Clients Amid Coronavirus PandemicWith the coronavirus pandemic shutting down so many businesses, nearly everyone is trying to reinvent how they can still make a living. Experts say it's important to stay connected and relevant to clients and customers; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Coronavirus Update: Small Business Owners In A Bind As Loan Program Runs Out Of MoneyThe small business loan program has run out of money. Negotiations are ongoing in Washington, and business owners everywhere are in a bind; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Experts: Businesses That Are Capable Should Adapt To Online ServicesCBS2's Kiran Dhillon profiles a local business that has been able to navigate the coronavirus pandemic because it has adapted to the online world. Experts say it's definitely the time to do so.
Coronavirus Update: New Yorkers Ordered To Wear MasksGov. Andrew Cuomo has ordered all New Yorkers to wear face masks or coverings in public. Meanwhile, the president is expected to release his plan to reopen the economy. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Gives Daily Coronavirus BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday New York City is launching a $170 million new initiative to tackle food insecurity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Restaurant Owner Takes Loan To Pay EmployeesCBS2’s Cory James speaks with a New Jersey restaurant owner who is going above and beyond to help his employees.
Trump Says He'll Decide When Economy Restarts -- Not GovernorsDuring an evening news conference, President Donald Trump strongly disagreed with a plan by several governors to regionalize the restarting of the economy, saying he has total authority. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
Cuomo Stresses Antibody Tests Will Help Open Economy QuickerEven with the numbers, no one knows just how many people have been infected with COVID-19. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says a test could change that. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports
Small Business Owners Look For Restrictions To Ease, ‘We Need The Economy To Reopen’With the economy at a standstill, with the economy at a standstill, thousands and thousands of businesses are shuttered. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Coronavirus Update: Beauty Industry Workers Find Creative Ways To Maintain BusinessThe quarantine is hitting the beauty industry hard. Those jobs rely on face-to-face contact, but some are getting creative to bring in lost revenue; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Beauty Businesses Get Creative In QuarantineThe coronavirus quarantine is hitting the beauty industry hard. Those jobs rely on face-to-face contact, but some are getting creative. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Coronavirus Update: Bakeries, Candy Shops Offering Curbside Pickup For Holiday TreatsPeople won't be driving to holiday destinations this week, but candy makers and local bakers want you to know they are busy whipping up traditional delights, and they can deliver to you in corona-safe-distancing ways; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Coronavirus Update: Small Business Owners Experience Problems Trying To Apply For LoansFriday is the first day the huge federal rescue plan is up and running so small businesses can apply for loans to stay afloat; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Coronavirus Update: LI Leaders Trying To Plan For Eventual Economic RecoveryOn Long Island, government leaders are grappling with the medical crisis, but at the same time, trying to plan for an eventual economic recovery; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Whole Foods Workers Set To StrikeSome Whole Foods employees say they will take part in a national strike today demanding better protection during the coronavirus pandemic.
Macy's To Furlough Majority Of 130,000 EmployeesThe department store retailer plans to hire back workers in stages at its 839 stores. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Coronavirus: Due To Crushing Food Demand, Long Island Stores To Hire ThousandsOn Long Island there has been a crushing demand, like a pre-snowstorm surge. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Coronavirus: Amazon Center Workers Protest, Demand Better COVID-19 ProtectionsAmazon workers on Staten Island staged a walkout Monday. The workers are protesting the company’s decision to keep the warehouse open even after someone tested positive for coronavirus last week.CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Amazon, Instacart Workers Threaten Coronavirus StrikeAmazon workers on Staten Island plan to walk out today, and Instacart employees say they still plan to strike after the company took some action.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Restaurants Adjusting To New Reality Amid PandemicRestaurants have had to cope with this new reality, relying solely on takeout and deliveries, but while things have changed, they're still here to serve; CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Coronavirus Update: Struggling Restaurants Ask Social Media Users To Raise Awareness With Hashtag #TakeoutNYCMany restaurants were forced to close altogether once in-person dining was temporarily banned due to the coronavirus pandemic, but others are still delivering and they want to raise awareness; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Coronavirus Update: Jobless Claims Surge To Record 3.3 Million, Tri-State Area Hit HardThe coronavirus pandemic has sent unemployment claims to record highs, and people all around New York and the country are feeling the effects of the global pandemic. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.

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